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Nobel Prize in Chemistry Awarded For Complex Computing Work

Chemists used to use balls and sticks to make models of complex molecules. That has vastly changed.

The Nobel Prize in chemistry rewarded three scientists for work leading to the complex computer programs used today to display detailed structures of complex molecules.

Source: CNN. Read full article. (link)

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