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Nobel Chemistry Winners Open Window into Living Cells

The 2014 Nobel Prize in chemistry has gone to three physicists who together have given us a clearer view of the smallest structures of living cells.

Awarded on October 8th to Eric Betzig, 54, of the Howard Hughes Medical Institute in Virginia; Stefan W. Hell, 51, of the Max Planck Institute for Biophysical Chemistry in Germany; and William E. Moerner, 61, of Stanford University in California, the prize celebrates their process for improved microscope imaging.
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