Nobel Prize winner visits S&T

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On June 6, 2012

Daniel Shechtman, professor of materials science at Technion-Israel Institute of Technology and the current Nobel Prize recipient in chemistry, delivered the 23rd A. Frank Golick Lecture in Materials Science and Engineering at Missouri S&T in February. Shechtman won the Nobel Prize for his discovery of quasicrystals.

Created in 1969 through a memorial fund established to honor A. Frank Golick, MetE’18, the series attracts nationally recognized metallurgical engineers to interact with the faculty and the students, and to present a lecture series.

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On June 6, 2012. Posted in 2012, Around the Puck, News, Summer 2012

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