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April 12, 2021 Cover

Volume 99, Issue 13

Long before nanoscience became popular, the UC Berkeley materials chemist began developing methods for making, controlling, and analyzing colloidal nanocrystals

Cover image:2021 Priestley Medalist A. Paul Alivisatos has developed methods for making, controlling, and analyzing colloidal nanocrystals

Credit: Gabriela Hasbun

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