biotechnology, batteries or solar cells?

Behind stood kemipristagarna Ben Feringa, Jean-Pierre Sauvage, and Fraser Stoddart, who had managed to create moving structures at the molecular level.

Stoddart had previously been touted by the u.s. information company Thomson Reuters, now Clarivate Analytics, which in 43 cases since its inception in 2002, managed to pinpoint the correct winners – if not the correct year.

the List is based on what scientists who have been cited the most during the past 20 years.

Among the tail's laureates in chemistry are something as unusual as a scientist under 40 years: uk Henry Snaith, 39, at oxford university, and the spun-off Oxford Photovoltaics, which has developed the field to use the mineral perovskit for solar cells.

He can, according to the Clarivates list, share price, japanese Tsutomu Miyasaka and Nam-Gyu Park from Korea.

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