Nobel Prize in Chemistry Award Goes to Three Scientist For Producing Smallest Machine.
Nobel Prize in Chemistry: This year’s Nobel Prize in Chemistry Award was finally won by three chemists for producing “the world’s smallest machines.
These scientists are Jean-Pierre Sauvage, Fraser Stoddart and Bernard Feringa. The announcement came in on Wednesday morning when it was made public after a careful determination.
New York Times, described the machine as molecules with controllable movements which can perform a task when energy is added. This is another height to research and development. It is another height in the Nobel Prize in Chemistry Award.
The invisible “molecular machines” can be used for the development of new material sensors, and energy storage systems, the paper quotes the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, which awards the price, as saying.
Among the winners, Mr. Sauvage is a professor emeritus at the University of Strasbourg, Mr. Stoddart is a professor of chemistry at Northwestern University in Evanston, while Mr. Feringa is a professor of organic chemistry at the University of Groningen.
This price will go a long way to seeing the new phase in molecule and energy relationship in the development of technology.