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  April 30, 2019  
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#ALT# Using Nobel Nanotechnology to Disrupt Establised Industries

After becoming a Nobel Laureate in 2016, Sir Fraser Stoddart, co-founded a nano-technology corporation that takes early-stage nano-material discoveries from university research & translates them into commercial products. In this interview, Sir Stoddart discuses the serendipitous discoveries that have emerged from his laboratory.

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