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Re: Nobel predictions

October 3, 2016 | APPEARED IN VOLUME 94, ISSUE 39

In preparation for this week’s announcement of the 2016 Nobel Prize in Chemistry, a group of prognosticators, including C&EN’s own Matt Davenport and Lauren Wolf, held a webinar on Sept. 28 to discuss their expectations heading into the event. Joining the conversation, webinar attendees took to social media to share their own thoughts.
cenm.ag/2016nobelwebinar

Is it Stan Whittingham and John Goodenough’s year?
Joe Izzo (@JoeAIzzo) via Twitter

Does the #chemnobel panel have any curveballs for the mix? I am thinking similar to #quasicrystals. It’s usually the unexpected!
Rob (@lillywhites100) via Twitter

No matter who wins, it’s the day when chemistry gets on the front page.
Fangwei Gu (@Fangwei_Gu) via Twitter

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