3 Win Nobel Chemistry Prize for World's Tiniest Machines

Three scientists won the Nobel Prize in chemistry on Wednesday for developing the world's smallest machines, work that could revolutionize computer technology and lead to a new type of battery.
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Transcript for 3 Win Nobel Chemistry Prize for World's Tiniest Machines
The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences. Has decided to award the 2060. And Nobel prize in chemistry. Jointly to draw on campus so botched. Sir James Fraser stalled dark. And been denied it and fit in Cobb. For the design and sentences. Or molecular machines maybe this morning give ground of coffee. May be used the motorized vehicle to get here you used manmade machines. Operating on the centimeter. Two nature things game. It's been a dream of scientists for over half a century to take these development all the way down to Atlantic escape. That's non to meet its. And autonomy to its one million pounds smaller than a mean meter. In here we have some went up their machines. And Monica motor. And one of them lost. And wanted to memory. An elevator. And their cement a car. He's amazing development is skewed to seventeen news Kim can innovations. Oh.

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