Volume 95 Issue 49 | p. 13 | News of The Week
Issue Date: December 18, 2017

Nobel Prize winner introduces skin care line

Molecular machine builder Fraser Stoddart is behind new firm that will sell high-priced antiaging cosmetics
Department: Business
Keywords: Nanomaterials, cosmetics, Nobel Prize, antiaging, Fraser Stoddart, PanaceaNano

In 2016, J. Fraser Stoddart won the Nobel Prize in Chemistry for his part in designing a molecular machine. Now as chief technology officer and cofounder of nanotechnology firm PanaceaNano, he has introduced the “Noble” line of antiaging cosmetics, including a $524 formula described as an “anti-wrinkle repair” night cream. The firm says the cream contains Nobel Prize-winning “organic nano-cubes” loaded with ingredients that reverse skin . . .

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