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Three chemists awarded Nobel Prize for computer modeling advances

9:41 AM MDT | October 9, 2013 | Rebecca Coons

Three US-based scientists were awarded the 2013 Nobel Prize in Chemistry for pioneering research in the 1970’s that laid the groundwork for the use of computer modeling in understanding and predicting chemical processes—a technique that has become integral in most recent advances in the field.  The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences announced on 9 October that Martin Karplus, Professeur Conventionné, Université de Strasbourg and Theodore William Richards Professor of Chemistry, Harvard University; Michael Levitt, Robert W. and Vivian...

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