Who will win this year’s Nobel Prize in Chemistry? Join C&EN editors Carmen Drahl and Lauren Wolf as they host a lively discussion of their top picks for this year’s Nobel Prize in Chemistry. Special guests include organic chemist and educator Neil Garg, gene-editing guru and Talented 12 recipient Nicole Gaudelli, and origins of life explorer and Talented 12 recipient Joseph Moran.
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C&EN reporter Stu Borman covered the 2017 Nobel Prize in Chemistry, explaining cryo-electron microscopy and the roles that Jacques Dubochet, Joachim Frank, and Richard Henderson played in developing the technique.
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Freelance science writer Erika Gebel Berg wrote about cryo-electron microscopy and how the up-and-coming technique is challenging the king of molecular structure determination, X-ray crystallography. Read it here.
In 2014, the Nobel Foundation released never-before-seen data about the secretive nomination process for the Nobel Prize. C&EN combed through the first 50 years of nominations for the Chemistry Nobel. Take a look at the most interesting things we learned, and poke around all the data yourself. View Nomination Data