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Noun1.Harold Kroto - British chemist who with Robert Curl and Richard Smalley discovered fullerenes and opened a new branch of chemistry (born in 1939)
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Sir Harry Kroto had been doing a lot of work on the Vega Science Trust, recording videos for the BBC, and so on.
The letter, devised by chemist Sir Harry Kroto and the 74-year-old English actor and signed by leading figures including novelist JM Coetzee indicates that many senior members of the international scientific community shows solidarity with politicians, artists, sports people and many others who have already expressed their abhorrence for the Russian law against its gay citizens, the BBC reported.
Sir Harry Kroto, who shared the 1996 Nobel Prize in chemistry with Bob Curl and Rick Smalley for the discovery of buckyballs, said, "This most exciting breakthrough provides convincing evidence that the buckyball has, as I long suspected, existed since time immemorial in the dark recesses of our galaxy.
Eradicating the tsetse fly - scientists at the University of Greenwich have been working to eradicate the tsetse fly from Africa through the use of an artificial cow, which attracts the fly and kills it through insecticides 9= Stem cells - Research by Martin Evans led to the discovery of embryonic stem cells, which have the potential to grow into the different cells that make up the body 9= Microscopic footballs - Harry Kroto at the University of Sussex, and his US collaborators, revealed that carbon can exist as tiny spherical molecules
Joint 9th- Microscopic footballs - Harry Kroto at the University of Sussex, and his US collaborators, revealed that carbon can exist as tiny spherical molecules.
Dr Harry Kroto from Florida State University, linked 27 conflicts in the world with religious differences.
Harry Kroto, Nobel laureate, Florida State University; Dr.
Nobel chemist Sir Harry Kroto used Meccano to work out the shape of the Carbon 60 molecule, and says that the decline in popularity of Meccano has been "a disaster for the education of our young engineers and scientists.
Sir Harry Kroto gave the first of these inspiring presentations with his opening lecture.
Recently Sir Harry Kroto, 1996 Nobel Prize winner in chemistry, gave a speech at Valdosta State University and focused on a number of topics ranging from nanotechnology to science education.
The Royal Society, the Royal Society of Chemistry and the Institute of Physics all backed the report, as did leading scientists, including Nobel prize winners Sir Paul Nurse and Sir Harry Kroto.
Nobel prize winner Sir Harry Kroto has launched a multi-million pound initiative at a Tyneside university.