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2015 Chemistry for the Future Solvay Prize

The “Chemistry for the Future Solvay Prize” 2015, is handed over by Her Majesty Queen Mathilde to Dutch scientist Professor Ben Feringa for his work on unidirectional molecular motors, a research field that paves the way to new therapeutic and technological applications with nanorobots.