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RTX1456H
October 09, 2013
University of Southern California professor Arieh Warshel poses for photographers at USC after winning...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
University of Southern California professor Arieh Warshel poses for photographers at USC after winning...
University of Southern California professor Arieh Warshel poses for photographers at USC after winning the Nobel chemistry prize in Los Angeles California October 9, 2013. U.S. and Israeli citizen Warshel won the Nobel chemistry prize with Martin Karplus, and Michael Levitt of the U.S. on Wednesday for pioneering work on computer programs that simulate complex chemical processes and have revolutionized research in areas from drugs to solar energy.
REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson (UNITED STATES - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
NOBEL-CHEMISTRY/
RTX1456E
October 09, 2013
Michael Levitt (R), a professor of structural biology at Stanford University, smiles with his wife Rina...
Stanford, UNITED STATES
Professor Levitt speaks in press conference after receiving Nobel prize in chemistry in Stanford
Michael Levitt (R), a professor of structural biology at Stanford University, smiles with his wife Rina after a press conference in Stanford, California October 9, 2013. Three U.S. scientists, including Levitt, won the Nobel chemistry prize on Wednesday for pioneering work on computer programs that simulate complex chemical processes and have revolutionized research in areas from drugs to solar energy. The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, awarding the prize of 8 million crowns ($1.25 million) to Martin Karplus, Levitt and Arieh Warshel, said their work had effectively taken chemistry into cyberspace. REUTERS/Stephen Lam (UNITED STATES - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION)
NOBEL-CHEMISTRY/
RTX1456B
October 09, 2013
Michael Levitt (R), a professor of structural biology at Stanford University, kisses his wife Rina after...
Stanford, UNITED STATES
Professor Levitt speaks in press conference after receiving Nobel prize in chemistry in Stanford
Michael Levitt (R), a professor of structural biology at Stanford University, kisses his wife Rina after a press conference in Stanford, California October 9, 2013. Three U.S. scientists, including Levitt, won the Nobel chemistry prize on Wednesday for pioneering work on computer programs that simulate complex chemical processes and have revolutionized research in areas from drugs to solar energy. The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, awarding the prize of 8 million crowns ($1.25 million) to Martin Karplus, Levitt and Arieh Warshel, said their work had effectively taken chemistry into cyberspace. REUTERS/Stephen Lam (UNITED STATES - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
NOBEL-CHEMISTRY/
RTX14569
October 09, 2013
Michael Levitt, a professor of structural biology at Stanford University, gestures after speaking at...
Stanford, UNITED STATES
Professor Levitt speaks in press conference after receiving Nobel prize in chemistry in Stanford
Michael Levitt, a professor of structural biology at Stanford University, gestures after speaking at a press conference in Stanford, California October 9, 2013. Three U.S. scientists, including Levitt, won the Nobel chemistry prize on Wednesday for pioneering work on computer programs that simulate complex chemical processes and have revolutionized research in areas from drugs to solar energy. The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, awarding the prize of 8 million crowns ($1.25 million) to Martin Karplus, Levitt and Arieh Warshel, said their work had effectively taken chemistry into cyberspace. REUTERS/Stephen Lam (UNITED STATES - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION)
NOBEL-CHEMISTRY/
RTX14568
October 09, 2013
Michael Levitt, a professor of structural biology at Stanford University, gestures after speaking at...
Stanford, UNITED STATES
Professor Levitt speaks in press conference after receiving Nobel prize in chemistry in Stanford
Michael Levitt, a professor of structural biology at Stanford University, gestures after speaking at a press conference in Stanford, California October 9, 2013. Three U.S. scientists, including Levitt, won the Nobel chemistry prize on Wednesday for pioneering work on computer programs that simulate complex chemical processes and have revolutionized research in areas from drugs to solar energy. The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, awarding the prize of 8 million crowns ($1.25 million) to Martin Karplus, Levitt and Arieh Warshel, said their work had effectively taken chemistry into cyberspace. REUTERS/Stephen Lam (UNITED STATES - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION)
NOBEL-CHEMISTRY/
RTX14566
October 09, 2013
University of Southern California professor Arieh Warshel poses at USC after winning the Nobel chemistry...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
University of Southern California professor Arieh Warshel poses at USC after winning the Nobel chemistry...
University of Southern California professor Arieh Warshel poses at USC after winning the Nobel chemistry prize in Los Angeles California October 9, 2013. U.S. and Israeli citizen Warshel won the Nobel chemistry prize with Martin Karplus, and Michael Levitt of the U.S. on Wednesday for pioneering work on computer programs that simulate complex chemical processes and have revolutionized research in areas from drugs to solar energy.
REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson (UNITED STATES - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY HEADSHOT)
NOBEL-CHEMISTRY/
RTX14564
October 09, 2013
Michael Levitt (C), a professor of structural biology at Stanford University, speaks during a press conference...
Stanford, UNITED STATES
Professor Levitt speaks in press conference after receiving Nobel prize in chemistry in Stanford
Michael Levitt (C), a professor of structural biology at Stanford University, speaks during a press conference in Stanford, California October 9, 2013. Three U.S. scientists, including Levitt, won the Nobel chemistry prize on Wednesday for pioneering work on computer programs that simulate complex chemical processes and have revolutionized research in areas from drugs to solar energy. The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, awarding the prize of 8 million crowns ($1.25 million) to Martin Karplus, Levitt and Arieh Warshel, said their work had effectively taken chemistry into cyberspace.
REUTERS/Stephen Lam (UNITED STATES - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION)
NOBEL-CHEMISTRY/
RTX14563
October 09, 2013
Martin Karplus speaks to the press after winning the 2013 Nobel Prize for chemistry in Cambridge, Massachusetts,...
Cambridge, UNITED STATES
Martin Karplus speaks to the press after winning the 2013 Nobel Prize for chemistry in Cambridge
Martin Karplus speaks to the press after winning the 2013 Nobel Prize for chemistry in Cambridge, Massachusetts, October 9, 2013. Karplus, Michael Levitt and Arieh Warshel won the Nobel chemistry prize on Wednesday for pioneering work on computer programs that simulate complex chemical processes and have revolutionized research in areas from drugs to solar energy. REUTERS/Dominick Reuter (UNITED STATES - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
NOBEL-CHEMISTRY/
RTX14562
October 09, 2013
Martin Karplus speaks to the press after winning the 2013 Nobel Prize for chemistry in Cambridge, Massachusetts,...
Cambridge, UNITED STATES
Martin Karplus speaks to the press after winning the 2013 Nobel Prize for chemistry in Cambridge
Martin Karplus speaks to the press after winning the 2013 Nobel Prize for chemistry in Cambridge, Massachusetts, October 9, 2013. Karplus, Michael Levitt and Arieh Warshel won the Nobel chemistry prize on Wednesday for pioneering work on computer programs that simulate complex chemical processes and have revolutionized research in areas from drugs to solar energy. REUTERS/Dominick Reuter (UNITED STATES - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
NOBEL-CHEMISTRY/
RTX14561
October 09, 2013
University of Southern California professor Arieh Warshel poses at USC after winning the Nobel chemistry...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
University of Southern California professor Arieh Warshel poses at USC after winning the Nobel chemistry...
University of Southern California professor Arieh Warshel poses at USC after winning the Nobel chemistry prize in Los Angeles California October 9, 2013. U.S. and Israeli citizen Warshel won the Nobel chemistry prize with Martin Karplus, and Michael Levitt of the U.S. on Wednesday for pioneering work on computer programs that simulate complex chemical processes and have revolutionized research in areas from drugs to solar energy.
REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson (UNITED STATES - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY HEADSHOT)
NOBEL-CHEMISTRY/
RTX14560
October 09, 2013
Michael Levitt, a professor of structural biology at Stanford University, speaks during a press conference...
Stanford, UNITED STATES
Professor Levitt speaks in press conference after receiving Nobel prize in chemistry in Stanford
Michael Levitt, a professor of structural biology at Stanford University, speaks during a press conference in Stanford, California October 9, 2013. Three U.S. scientists, including Levitt, won the Nobel chemistry prize on Wednesday for pioneering work on computer programs that simulate complex chemical processes and have revolutionized research in areas from drugs to solar energy. The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, awarding the prize of 8 million crowns ($1.25 million) to Martin Karplus, Levitt and Arieh Warshel, said their work had effectively taken chemistry into cyberspace.
REUTERS/Stephen Lam (UNITED STATES - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION)
NOBEL-CHEMISTRY/
RTX1455X
October 09, 2013
University of Southern California professor Arieh Warshel poses at USC after winning the Nobel chemistry...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
University of Southern California professor Arieh Warshel poses at USC after winning the Nobel chemistry...
University of Southern California professor Arieh Warshel poses at USC after winning the Nobel chemistry prize in Los Angeles California October 9, 2013. U.S. and Israeli citizen Warshel won the Nobel chemistry prize with Martin Karplus, and Michael Levitt of the U.S. on Wednesday for pioneering work on computer programs that simulate complex chemical processes and have revolutionized research in areas from drugs to solar energy.
REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson (UNITED STATES - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY HEADSHOT)
NOBEL-CHEMISTRY/
RTX1455R
October 09, 2013
Michael Levitt, a professor of structural biology at Stanford University, speaks during a press conference...
Stanford, UNITED STATES
Professor Levitt speaks in press conference after receiving Nobel prize in chemistry in Stanford
Michael Levitt, a professor of structural biology at Stanford University, speaks during a press conference in Stanford, California October 9, 2013. Three U.S. scientists, including Levitt, won the Nobel chemistry prize on Wednesday for pioneering work on computer programs that simulate complex chemical processes and have revolutionized research in areas from drugs to solar energy. The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, awarding the prize of 8 million crowns ($1.25 million) to Martin Karplus, Levitt and Arieh Warshel, said their work had effectively taken chemistry into cyberspace.
REUTERS/Stephen Lam (UNITED STATES - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY HEADSHOT EDUCATION)
NOBEL-CHEMISTRY/
RTX1455Q
October 09, 2013
Michael Levitt, a professor of structural biology at Stanford University, speaks during a press conference...
Stanford, UNITED STATES
Professor Levitt speaks in press conference after receiving Nobel prize in chemistry in Stanford
Michael Levitt, a professor of structural biology at Stanford University, speaks during a press conference in Stanford, California October 9, 2013. Three U.S. scientists, including Levitt, won the Nobel chemistry prize on Wednesday for pioneering work on computer programs that simulate complex chemical processes and have revolutionized research in areas from drugs to solar energy. The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, awarding the prize of 8 million crowns ($1.25 million) to Martin Karplus, Levitt and Arieh Warshel, said their work had effectively taken chemistry into cyberspace.
REUTERS/Stephen Lam (UNITED STATES - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY HEADSHOT EDUCATION)
NOBEL-CHEMISTRY/
RTX1455N
October 09, 2013
Michael Levitt, a professor of structural biology at Stanford University, arrives for a press conference...
Stanford, UNITED STATES
Professor Levitt speaks in press conference after receiving Nobel prize in chemistry in Stanford
Michael Levitt, a professor of structural biology at Stanford University, arrives for a press conference in Stanford, California October 9, 2013. Three U.S. scientists, including Levitt, won the Nobel chemistry prize on Wednesday for pioneering work on computer programs that simulate complex chemical processes and have revolutionized research in areas from drugs to solar energy. The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, awarding the prize of 8 million crowns ($1.25 million) to Martin Karplus, Levitt and Arieh Warshel, said their work had effectively taken chemistry into cyberspace.
REUTERS/Stephen Lam (UNITED STATES - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION)
NOBEL-CHEMISTRY/
RTX1455M
October 09, 2013
John Hennessy (L), president of Stanford University, applauds Michael Levitt, professor of structural...
Stanford, UNITED STATES
Professor Levitt speaks in press conference after receiving Nobel prize in chemistry in Stanford
John Hennessy (L), president of Stanford University, applauds Michael Levitt, professor of structural biology, during a press conference in Stanford, California October 9, 2013. Three U.S. scientists, including Levitt, won the Nobel chemistry prize on Wednesday for pioneering work on computer programs that simulate complex chemical processes and have revolutionized research in areas from drugs to solar energy. The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, awarding the prize of 8 million crowns ($1.25 million) to Martin Karplus, Levitt and Arieh Warshel, said their work had effectively taken chemistry into cyberspace.
REUTERS/Stephen Lam (UNITED STATES - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION)
NOBEL-CHEMISTRY/
RTX1455K
October 09, 2013
Michael Levitt, a professor of structural biology at Stanford University, speaks during a press conference...
Stanford, UNITED STATES
Professor Levitt speaks in press conference after receiving Nobel prize in chemistry in Stanford
Michael Levitt, a professor of structural biology at Stanford University, speaks during a press conference in Stanford, California October 9, 2013. Three U.S. scientists, including Levitt, won the Nobel chemistry prize on Wednesday for pioneering work on computer programs that simulate complex chemical processes and have revolutionized research in areas from drugs to solar energy. The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, awarding the prize of 8 million crowns ($1.25 million) to Martin Karplus, Levitt and Arieh Warshel, said their work had effectively taken chemistry into cyberspace.
REUTERS/Stephen Lam (UNITED STATES - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION)
NOBEL-CHEMISTRY/
RTX1455C
October 09, 2013
University of Southern California professor Arieh Warshel speaks at a press conference after winning...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
University of Southern California professor Arieh Warshel speaks at a press conference after winning...
University of Southern California professor Arieh Warshel speaks at a press conference after winning the Nobel chemistry prize in Los Angeles California October 9, 2013. U.S. and Israeli citizen Warshel won the Nobel chemistry prize with Martin Karplus, and Michael Levitt of the U.S. on Wednesday for pioneering work on computer programs that simulate complex chemical processes that have revolutionized research in areas from drugs to solar energy.
REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson (UNITED STATES - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY HEADSHOT)
NOBEL-CHEMISTRY/
RTX1455A
October 09, 2013
University of Southern California professor Arieh Warshel (2nd L) celebrates with his wife Tami Warshel...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
University of Southern California professor Arieh Warshel celebrates after winning the Nobel chemistry...
University of Southern California professor Arieh Warshel (2nd L) celebrates with his wife Tami Warshel (2nd R), daughter Yael Warshel (R) and USC President Max Nikias after winning the Nobel chemistry prize in Los Angeles California October 9, 2013. U.S. and Israeli citizen Warshel won the Nobel chemistry prize with Martin Karplus, and Michael Levitt of the U.S. on Wednesday for pioneering work on computer programs that simulate complex chemical processes that have revolutionized research in areas from drugs to solar energy. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson (UNITED STATES - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
NOBEL-CHEMISTRY/
RTX14556
October 09, 2013
University of Southern California professor Arieh Warshel speaks at a press conference after winning...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
University of Southern California professor Arieh Warshel speaks at a press conference after winning...
University of Southern California professor Arieh Warshel speaks at a press conference after winning the Nobel chemistry prize in Los Angeles California October 9, 2013. U.S. and Israeli citizen Warshel won the Nobel chemistry prize with Martin Karplus, and Michael Levitt of the U.S. on Wednesday for pioneering work on computer programs that simulate complex chemical processes that have revolutionized research in areas from drugs to solar energy.
REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson (UNITED STATES - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY HEADSHOT)
NOBEL-CHEMISTRY/
RTX14553
October 09, 2013
Martin Karplus speaks to the press after winning the 2013 Nobel Prize for chemistry in Cambridge, Massachusetts,...
Cambridge, UNITED STATES
Martin Karplus speaks to the press after winning the 2013 Nobel Prize for chemistry in Cambridge
Martin Karplus speaks to the press after winning the 2013 Nobel Prize for chemistry in Cambridge, Massachusetts, October 9, 2013. Karplus, Michael Levitt and Arieh Warshel won the 2013 Nobel Prize for chemistry for the development of multiscale models for complex chemical systems, the award-giving body said on Wednesday. REUTERS/Dominick Reuter (UNITED STATES - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
NOBEL-CHEMISTRY/
RTX14550
October 09, 2013
Martin Karplus speaks to the press after winning the 2013 Nobel Prize for chemistry in Cambridge, Massachusetts,...
Cambridge, UNITED STATES
Martin Karplus speaks to the press after winning the 2013 Nobel Prize for chemistry in Cambridge
Martin Karplus speaks to the press after winning the 2013 Nobel Prize for chemistry in Cambridge, Massachusetts, October 9, 2013. Karplus, Michael Levitt and Arieh Warshel won the 2013 Nobel Prize for chemistry for the development of multiscale models for complex chemical systems, the award-giving body said on Wednesday. REUTERS/Dominick Reuter (UNITED STATES - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
NOBEL-CHEMISTRY/
RTX1454Y
October 09, 2013
Martin Karplus speaks to the press after winning the 2013 Nobel Prize for chemistry in Cambridge, Massachusetts,...
Cambridge, UNITED STATES
Martin Karplus speaks to the press after winning the 2013 Nobel Prize for chemistry in Cambridge
Martin Karplus speaks to the press after winning the 2013 Nobel Prize for chemistry in Cambridge, Massachusetts, October 9, 2013. Karplus, Michael Levitt and Arieh Warshel won the 2013 Nobel Prize for chemistry for the development of multiscale models for complex chemical systems, the award-giving body said on Wednesday. REUTERS/Dominick Reuter (UNITED STATES - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
NOBEL-CHEMISTRY/
RTX1454W
October 09, 2013
Martin Karplus gestures as he speaks to the press after winning the 2013 Nobel Prize for chemistry in...
Cambridge, UNITED STATES
Martin Karplus speaks to the press after winning the 2013 Nobel Prize for chemistry in Cambridge
Martin Karplus gestures as he speaks to the press after winning the 2013 Nobel Prize for chemistry in Cambridge, Massachusetts, October 9, 2013. Karplus, Michael Levitt and Arieh Warshel won the 2013 Nobel Prize for chemistry for the development of multiscale models for complex chemical systems, the award-giving body said on Wednesday. REUTERS/Dominick Reuter (UNITED STATES - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
NOBEL-CHEMISTRY/
RTX1454V
October 09, 2013
Martin Karplus speaks to the press after winning the 2013 Nobel Prize for chemistry in Cambridge, Massachusetts,...
Cambridge, UNITED STATES
Martin Karplus speaks to the press after winning the 2013 Nobel Prize for chemistry in Cambridge
Martin Karplus speaks to the press after winning the 2013 Nobel Prize for chemistry in Cambridge, Massachusetts, October 9, 2013. Karplus, Michael Levitt and Arieh Warshel won the 2013 Nobel Prize for chemistry for the development of multiscale models for complex chemical systems, the award-giving body said on Wednesday. REUTERS/Dominick Reuter (UNITED STATES - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY HEADSHOT)
NOBEL-CHEMISTRY/
RTX14506
October 09, 2013
University of Southern California professor Arieh Warshel (R) is kissed by his wife Tami Warshel after...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
University of Southern California professor Arieh Warshel is kissed by his wife Tami Warshel after hearing...
University of Southern California professor Arieh Warshel (R) is kissed by his wife Tami Warshel after hearing he won the Nobel chemistry prize in Los Angeles California October 9, 2013. U.S. and Israeli citizen Warshel won the Nobel chemistry prize with Martin Karplus, and Michael Levitt of the U.S. on Wednesday for pioneering work on computer programs that simulate complex chemical processes that have revolutionized research in areas from drugs to solar energy.
REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson (UNITED STATES - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY SOCIETY)
NOBEL-CHEMISTRY/
RTX144ZZ
October 09, 2013
University of Southern California professor Arieh Warshel (R) is kissed by his wife Tami Warshel after...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
University of Southern California professor Arieh Warshel is kissed by his wife Tami Warshel after hearing...
University of Southern California professor Arieh Warshel (R) is kissed by his wife Tami Warshel after hearing he won the Nobel chemistry prize in Los Angeles California October 9, 2013. U.S. and Israeli citizen Warshel won the Nobel chemistry prize with Martin Karplus, and Michael Levitt of the U.S. on Wednesday for pioneering work on computer programs that simulate complex chemical processes that have revolutionized research in areas from drugs to solar energy.
REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson (UNITED STATES - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY SOCIETY)
NOBEL-CHEMISTRY/
RTX144ZV
October 09, 2013
University of Southern California professor Arieh Warshel (R) laughs with his wife Tami Warshel after...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
University of Southern California professor Arieh Warshel laughs with his wife Tami Warshel after hearing...
University of Southern California professor Arieh Warshel (R) laughs with his wife Tami Warshel after hearing he won the Nobel chemistry prize in Los Angeles California October 9, 2013. U.S. and Israeli citizen Warshel won the Nobel chemistry prize with Martin Karplus, and Michael Levitt of the U.S. on Wednesday for pioneering work on computer programs that simulate complex chemical processes and have revolutionized research in areas from drugs to solar energy.
REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson (UNITED STATES - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY SOCIETY)
NOBEL-CHEMISTRY/
RTX144ZO
October 09, 2013
University of Southern California professor Arieh Warshel (R) kisses his wife Tami Warshel after hearing...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
University of Southern California professor Arieh Warshel kisses his wife Tami Warshel after hearing...
University of Southern California professor Arieh Warshel (R) kisses his wife Tami Warshel after hearing he won the Nobel chemistry prize in Los Angeles California October 9, 2013. U.S. and Israeli citizen Warshel won the Nobel chemistry prize with Martin Karplus, and Michael Levitt of the U.S. on Wednesday for pioneering work on computer programs that simulate complex chemical processes that have revolutionized research in areas from drugs to solar energy.
REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson (UNITED STATES - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY SOCIETY)
NOBEL-CHEMISTRY/
RTX144ZL
October 09, 2013
University of Southern California professor Arieh Warshel (R) kisses his wife Tami Warshel after hearing...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
University of Southern California professor Arieh Warshel kisses his wife Tami Warshel after hearing...
University of Southern California professor Arieh Warshel (R) kisses his wife Tami Warshel after hearing he won the Nobel chemistry prize in Los Angeles, California October 9, 2013. U.S. and Israeli citizen Warshel won the Nobel chemistry prize with Martin Karplus and Michael Levitt of the U.S. on Wednesday for pioneering work on computer programs that simulate complex chemical processes that have revolutionized research in areas from drugs to solar energy.
REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson (UNITED STATES - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY SOCIETY)
NOBEL-CHEMISTRY/
RTX144ZJ
October 09, 2013
University of Southern California professor Arieh Warshel talks on Skype at his home after hearing he...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
University of Southern California professor Arieh Warshel talks on Skype at his home after hearing he...
University of Southern California professor Arieh Warshel talks on Skype at his home after hearing he won the Nobel chemistry prize in Los Angeles California October 9, 2013. U.S. and Israeli citizen Warshel won the Nobel chemistry prize with Martin Karplus and Michael Levitt of the U.S. on Wednesday for pioneering work on computer programs that simulate complex chemical processes that have revolutionized research in areas from drugs to solar energy.
REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson (UNITED STATES - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY SOCIETY)
NOBEL-CHEMISTRY/
RTX144YJ
October 09, 2013
University of Southern California professor Arieh Warshel talks on the phone with Israeli President Shimon...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
University of Southern California professor Warshel talks on the phone with Israeli President Peres after...
University of Southern California professor Arieh Warshel talks on the phone with Israeli President Shimon Peres after hearing he won the Nobel chemistry prize in Los Angeles, California October 9, 2013. Warshel, a U.S. and Israel citizen, won the Nobel chemistry prize with U.S. scientists Martin Karplus and Michael Levitt on Wednesday for pioneering work on computer programs that simulate complex chemical processes and have revolutionised research in areas from drugs to solar energy. The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, awarding the prize of 8 million crowns ($1.25 million) to Karplus, Levitt and Warshel, said their work had effectively taken chemistry into cyberspace. Long gone were the days of modelling reactions using plastic balls and sticks. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
NOBEL-CHEMISTRY/
RTX144YF
October 09, 2013
University of Southern California professor Arieh Warshel talks on Skype at his home after hearing he...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
University of Southern California professor Warshel talks on Skype at his home after hearing he won the...
University of Southern California professor Arieh Warshel talks on Skype at his home after hearing he won the Nobel chemistry prize in Los Angeles, California October 9, 2013. Warshel, a U.S. and Israel citizen, won the Nobel chemistry prize with U.S. scientists Martin Karplus and Michael Levitt on Wednesday for pioneering work on computer programs that simulate complex chemical processes and have revolutionised research in areas from drugs to solar energy. The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, awarding the prize of 8 million crowns ($1.25 million) to Karplus, Levitt and Warshel, said their work had effectively taken chemistry into cyberspace. Long gone were the days of modelling reactions using plastic balls and sticks. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
USA/
RTX144XZ
October 09, 2013
Michael Levitt walks to conduct interviews at his home in Stanford, California October 9, 2013. Three...
EL CERRITO, UNITED STATES
Michael Levitt walks to conduct interviews at his home in Stanford, California
Michael Levitt walks to conduct interviews at his home in Stanford, California October 9, 2013. Three U.S. scientists, including Levitt, won the Nobel chemistry prize on Wednesday for pioneering work on computer programs that simulate complex chemical processes and have revolutionised research in areas from drugs to solar energy. The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, awarding the prize of 8 million crowns ($1.25 million) to Martin Karplus, Levitt and Arieh Warshel, said their work had effectively taken chemistry into cyberspace. REUTERS/Robert Galbraith (UNITED STATES - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY POLITICS)
NOBEL-CHEMISTRY/
RTX144XE
October 09, 2013
University of Southern California professor Arieh Warshel poses at his home after hearing he won the...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
University of Southern California professor Warshel poses at his home after hearing he won the Nobel...
University of Southern California professor Arieh Warshel poses at his home after hearing he won the Nobel chemistry prize in Los Angeles, California October 9, 2013. Warshel, a U.S. and Israel citizen, won the Nobel chemistry prize with U.S. scientists Martin Karplus and Michael Levitt on Wednesday for pioneering work on computer programs that simulate complex chemical processes and have revolutionised research in areas from drugs to solar energy. The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, awarding the prize of 8 million crowns ($1.25 million) to Karplus, Levitt and Warshel, said their work had effectively taken chemistry into cyberspace. Long gone were the days of modelling reactions using plastic balls and sticks. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson (UNITED STATES - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY HEADSHOT SOCIETY)
USA/
RTX144XD
October 09, 2013
Michael Levitt sits between interviews at his home in Stanford, California October 9, 2013. Three U.S....
EL CERRITO, UNITED STATES
Michael Levitt sits between interviews at his home in Stanford, California
Michael Levitt sits between interviews at his home in Stanford, California October 9, 2013. Three U.S. scientists, including Levitt, won the Nobel chemistry prize on Wednesday for pioneering work on computer programs that simulate complex chemical processes and have revolutionised research in areas from drugs to solar energy. The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, awarding the prize of 8 million crowns ($1.25 million) to Martin Karplus, Levitt and Arieh Warshel, said their work had effectively taken chemistry into cyberspace. REUTERS/Robert Galbraith (UNITED STATES - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY POLITICS)
USA/
RTX144XA
October 09, 2013
Michael Levitt speaks during an interview at his home in Stanford, California October 9, 2013. Three...
EL CERRITO, UNITED STATES
Michael Levitt speaks during an interview at his home in Stanford, California
Michael Levitt speaks during an interview at his home in Stanford, California October 9, 2013. Three U.S. scientists, including Levitt, won the Nobel chemistry prize on Wednesday for pioneering work on computer programs that simulate complex chemical processes and have revolutionised research in areas from drugs to solar energy. The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, awarding the prize of 8 million crowns ($1.25 million) to Martin Karplus, Levitt and Arieh Warshel, said their work had effectively taken chemistry into cyberspace. REUTERS/Robert Galbraith (UNITED STATES - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY POLITICS)
USA/
RTX144X9
October 09, 2013
Michael Levitt speaks during an interview at his home in Stanford, California October 9, 2013. Three...
EL CERRITO, UNITED STATES
Michael Levitt speaks during an interview at his home in Stanford, California
Michael Levitt speaks during an interview at his home in Stanford, California October 9, 2013. Three U.S. scientists, including Levitt, won the Nobel chemistry prize on Wednesday for pioneering work on computer programs that simulate complex chemical processes and have revolutionised research in areas from drugs to solar energy. The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, awarding the prize of 8 million crowns ($1.25 million) to Martin Karplus, Levitt and Arieh Warshel, said their work had effectively taken chemistry into cyberspace. REUTERS/Robert Galbraith (UNITED STATES - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY POLITICS)
USA/
RTX144X8
October 09, 2013
Michael Levitt speaks at his home in Stanford, California October 9, 2013. Three U.S. scientists, including...
EL CERRITO, UNITED STATES
Michael Levitt speaks at his home in Stanford
Michael Levitt speaks at his home in Stanford, California October 9, 2013. Three U.S. scientists, including Levitt, won the Nobel chemistry prize on Wednesday for pioneering work on computer programs that simulate complex chemical processes and have revolutionised research in areas from drugs to solar energy. The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, awarding the prize of 8 million crowns ($1.25 million) to Martin Karplus, Levitt and Arieh Warshel, said their work had effectively taken chemistry into cyberspace. REUTERS/Robert Galbraith (UNITED STATES - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY POLITICS)
NOBEL-CHEMISTRY/
RTX144X7
October 09, 2013
University of Southern California professor Arieh Warshel talks on the phone with Israeli President Shimon...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
University of Southern California professor Warshel talks on the phone with Israeli President Peres after...
University of Southern California professor Arieh Warshel talks on the phone with Israeli President Shimon Peres after hearing he won the Nobel chemistry prize in Los Angeles, California October 9, 2013. Warshel, a U.S. and Israel citizen, won the Nobel chemistry prize with U.S. scientists Martin Karplus and Michael Levitt on Wednesday for pioneering work on computer programs that simulate complex chemical processes and have revolutionised research in areas from drugs to solar energy. The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, awarding the prize of 8 million crowns ($1.25 million) to Karplus, Levitt and Warshel, said their work had effectively taken chemistry into cyberspace. Long gone were the days of modelling reactions using plastic balls and sticks. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY SOCIETY)
USA/
RTX144X4
October 09, 2013
Michael Levitt prepares for an interview at his home in Stanford, California October 9, 2013. Three U.S....
EL CERRITO, UNITED STATES
Michael Levitt prepares for an interview at his home in Stanford, California
Michael Levitt prepares for an interview at his home in Stanford, California October 9, 2013. Three U.S. scientists, including Levitt, won the Nobel chemistry prize on Wednesday for pioneering work on computer programs that simulate complex chemical processes and have revolutionised research in areas from drugs to solar energy. The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, awarding the prize of 8 million crowns ($1.25 million) to Martin Karplus, Levitt and Arieh Warshel, said their work had effectively taken chemistry into cyberspace. REUTERS/Robert Galbraith (UNITED STATES - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY POLITICS)
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October 09, 2013
Michael Levitt speaks at his home in Stanford, California October 9, 2013. Three U.S. scientists, including...
EL CERRITO, UNITED STATES
Michael Levitt speaks at his home in Stanford
Michael Levitt speaks at his home in Stanford, California October 9, 2013. Three U.S. scientists, including Levitt, won the Nobel chemistry prize on Wednesday for pioneering work on computer programs that simulate complex chemical processes and have revolutionised research in areas from drugs to solar energy. The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, awarding the prize of 8 million crowns ($1.25 million) to Martin Karplus, Levitt and Arieh Warshel, said their work had effectively taken chemistry into cyberspace. REUTERS/Robert Galbraith (UNITED STATES - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY POLITICS)
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October 09, 2013
Michael Levitt sits between interviews at his home in Stanford, California October 9, 2013. Three U.S....
EL CERRITO, UNITED STATES
Michael Levitt sits between interviews at his home in Stanford
Michael Levitt sits between interviews at his home in Stanford, California October 9, 2013. Three U.S. scientists, including Levitt, won the Nobel chemistry prize on Wednesday for pioneering work on computer programs that simulate complex chemical processes and have revolutionised research in areas from drugs to solar energy. The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, awarding the prize of 8 million crowns ($1.25 million) to Martin Karplus, Levitt and Arieh Warshel, said their work had effectively taken chemistry into cyberspace. REUTERS/Robert Galbraith (UNITED STATES - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY POLITICS)
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October 09, 2013
University of Southern California professor Arieh Warshel talks on the phone with Israeli President Shimon...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
University of Southern California professor Warshel talks on the phone with Israeli President Peres after...
University of Southern California professor Arieh Warshel talks on the phone with Israeli President Shimon Peres after hearing he won the Nobel chemistry prize in Los Angeles, California October 9, 2013. Warshel, a U.S. and Israel citizen, won the Nobel chemistry prize with U.S. scientists Martin Karplus and Michael Levitt on Wednesday for pioneering work on computer programs that simulate complex chemical processes and have revolutionised research in areas from drugs to solar energy. The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, awarding the prize of 8 million crowns ($1.25 million) to Karplus, Levitt and Warshel, said their work had effectively taken chemistry into cyberspace. Long gone were the days of modelling reactions using plastic balls and sticks. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY SOCIETY)
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October 09, 2013
Michael Levitt smiles at his home in Stanford, California October 9, 2013. Three U.S. scientists, including...
EL CERRITO, UNITED STATES
Michael Levitt smiles at his home in Stanford, California
Michael Levitt smiles at his home in Stanford, California October 9, 2013. Three U.S. scientists, including Levitt, won the Nobel chemistry prize on Wednesday for pioneering work on computer programs that simulate complex chemical processes and have revolutionised research in areas from drugs to solar energy. The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, awarding the prize of 8 million crowns ($1.25 million) to Martin Karplus, Levitt and Arieh Warshel, said their work had effectively taken chemistry into cyberspace. REUTERS/Robert Galbraith (UNITED STATES - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY POLITICS HEADSHOT)
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October 09, 2013
University of Southern California professor Arieh Warshel (L) talks on the phone with Israeli President...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
University of Southern California professor Warshel talks on the phone with Israeli President Peres after...
University of Southern California professor Arieh Warshel (L) talks on the phone with Israeli President Shimon Peres as he sits with his wife Tami Warshel after hearing he won the Nobel chemistry prize in Los Angeles, California October 9, 2013. Warshel, a U.S. and Israel citizen, won the Nobel chemistry prize with U.S. scientists Martin Karplus and Michael Levitt on Wednesday for pioneering work on computer programs that simulate complex chemical processes and have revolutionised research in areas from drugs to solar energy. The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, awarding the prize of 8 million crowns ($1.25 million) to Karplus, Levitt and Warshel, said their work had effectively taken chemistry into cyberspace. Long gone were the days of modelling reactions using plastic balls and sticks. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY SOCIETY)
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October 09, 2013
Michael Levitt is shown at his home in Stanford, California October 9, 2013. Three U.S. scientists, including...
EL CERRITO, UNITED STATES
Michael Levitt is shown at his home in Stanford, California
Michael Levitt is shown at his home in Stanford, California October 9, 2013. Three U.S. scientists, including Levitt, won the Nobel chemistry prize on Wednesday for pioneering work on computer programs that simulate complex chemical processes and have revolutionised research in areas from drugs to solar energy. The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, awarding the prize of 8 million crowns ($1.25 million) to Martin Karplus, Levitt and Arieh Warshel, said their work had effectively taken chemistry into cyberspace. REUTERS/Robert Galbraith (UNITED STATES - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY POLITICS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
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October 09, 2013
Michael Levitt gestures at his home in Stanford, California October 9, 2013. Three U.S. scientists, including...
EL CERRITO, UNITED STATES
Michael Levitt gestures at his home in Stanford, California
Michael Levitt gestures at his home in Stanford, California October 9, 2013. Three U.S. scientists, including Levitt, won the Nobel chemistry prize on Wednesday for pioneering work on computer programs that simulate complex chemical processes and have revolutionised research in areas from drugs to solar energy. The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, awarding the prize of 8 million crowns ($1.25 million) to Martin Karplus, Levitt and Arieh Warshel, said their work had effectively taken chemistry into cyberspace. REUTERS/Robert Galbraith (UNITED STATES - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY POLITICS)
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October 09, 2013
University of Southern California professor Arieh Warshel (C) talks on the phone to Israeli President...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
University of Southern California professor Warshel talks on the phone to Israeli President Peres after...
University of Southern California professor Arieh Warshel (C) talks on the phone to Israeli President Shimon Peres as he sits between his wife Tami Warshel (R) and daughter Yael Warshel after hearing he won the Nobel chemistry prize in Los Angeles, California October 9, 2013. Warshel, a U.S. and Israel citizen, won the Nobel chemistry prize with U.S. scientists Martin Karplus and Michael Levitt on Wednesday for pioneering work on computer programs that simulate complex chemical processes and have revolutionised research in areas from drugs to solar energy. The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, awarding the prize of 8 million crowns ($1.25 million) to Karplus, Levitt and Warshel, said their work had effectively taken chemistry into cyberspace. Long gone were the days of modelling reactions using plastic balls and sticks. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY SOCIETY)
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October 09, 2013
Michael Levitt talks during an interview at his home in Stanford, California October 9, 2013. Three U.S....
EL CERRITO, UNITED STATES
Michael Levitt talks during an interview at his home in Stanford, California
Michael Levitt talks during an interview at his home in Stanford, California October 9, 2013. Three U.S. Scientists, including Levitt, won the Nobel chemistry prize on Wednesday for pioneering work on computer programs that simulate complex chemical processes and have revolutionised research in areas from drugs to solar energy. The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, awarding the prize of 8 million crowns ($1.25 million) to Martin Karplus, Levitt and Arieh Warshel, said their work had effectively taken chemistry into cyberspace. REUTERS/Robert Galbraith (UNITED STATES - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY POLITICS HEADSHOT)
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October 09, 2013
University of Southern California professor Arieh Warshel poses at his home after hearing he won the...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
University of Southern California professor Arieh Warshel poses at his home after hearing he won the...
University of Southern California professor Arieh Warshel poses at his home after hearing he won the Nobel chemistry prize, in Los Angeles, California October 9, 2013. American-Israeli citizen Warshel won the Nobel chemistry prize with Martin Karplus and Michael Levitt of the U.S. on Wednesday for pioneering work on computer programs that simulate complex chemical processes and have revolutionized research in areas from drugs to solar energy.
REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY HEADSHOT)
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October 09, 2013
University of Southern California professor Arieh Warshel talks on Skype at his home after hearing he...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
Warshel talks on Skype after hearing he won the Nobel chemistry prize, in Los Angeles California
University of Southern California professor Arieh Warshel talks on Skype at his home after hearing he won the Nobel chemistry prize, in Los Angeles, California October 9, 2013. American-Israeli Warshel won the Nobel chemistry prize with Martin Karplus and Michael Levitt of the U.S. on Wednesday for pioneering work on computer programs that simulate complex chemical processes and have revolutionized research in areas from drugs to solar energy.
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October 09, 2013
University of Southern California professor Arieh Warshel takes calls at his home after hearing he won...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
Warshel takes calls at after hearing he won the Nobel chemistry prize, in Los Angeles California
University of Southern California professor Arieh Warshel takes calls at his home after hearing he won the Nobel chemistry prize, in Los Angeles, California October 9, 2013. American-Israeli Warshel won the Nobel chemistry prize with Martin Karplus and Michael Levitt of the U.S. on Wednesday for pioneering work on computer programs that simulate complex chemical processes and have revolutionized research in areas from drugs to solar energy.
REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY SOCIETY)
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October 09, 2013
Martin Karplus has his breakfast after winning the 2013 Nobel Prize for chemistry, at his home in Cambridge,...
Cambridge, UNITED STATES
Martin Karplus has his breakfast after winning the 2013 Nobel Prize for chemistry, at his home in Cambridge...
Martin Karplus has his breakfast after winning the 2013 Nobel Prize for chemistry, at his home in Cambridge, Massachusetts October 9, 2013. Karplus, Michael Levitt and Arieh Warshel won the 2013 Nobel Prize for chemistry for the development of multiscale models for complex chemical systems, the award-giving body said on Wednesday. REUTERS/Dominick Reuter (UNITED STATES - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
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October 09, 2013
Martin Karplus speaks on the phone after winning the 2013 Nobel Prize for chemistry, at his home in Cambridge,...
Cambridge, UNITED STATES
Martin Karplus speaks on the phone after winning the 2013 Nobel Prize for chemistry, at his home in Cambridge...
Martin Karplus speaks on the phone after winning the 2013 Nobel Prize for chemistry, at his home in Cambridge, Massachusetts October 9, 2013. Karplus, Michael Levitt and Arieh Warshel won the 2013 Nobel Prize for chemistry for the development of multiscale models for complex chemical systems, the award-giving body said on Wednesday. REUTERS/Dominick Reuter (UNITED STATES - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
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October 09, 2013
Martin Karplus speaks on the phone after winning the 2013 Nobel Prize for chemistry, at his home in Cambridge,...
Cambridge, UNITED STATES
Martin Karplus speaks on the phone after winning the 2013 Nobel Prize for chemistry, at his home in Cambridge...
Martin Karplus speaks on the phone after winning the 2013 Nobel Prize for chemistry, at his home in Cambridge, Massachusetts October 9, 2013. Karplus, Michael Levitt and Arieh Warshel won the 2013 Nobel Prize for chemistry for the development of multiscale models for complex chemical systems, the award-giving body said on Wednesday. REUTERS/Dominick Reuter (UNITED STATES - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
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October 09, 2013
Martin Karplus speaks on the phone after winning the 2013 Nobel Prize for chemistry, at his home in Cambridge,...
Cambridge, UNITED STATES
Martin Karplus speaks on the phone after winning the 2013 Nobel Prize for chemistry, at his home in Cambridge...
Martin Karplus speaks on the phone after winning the 2013 Nobel Prize for chemistry, at his home in Cambridge, Massachusetts October 9, 2013. Karplus, Michael Levitt and Arieh Warshel won the 2013 Nobel Prize for chemistry for the development of multiscale models for complex chemical systems, the award-giving body said on Wednesday. REUTERS/Dominick Reuter (UNITED STATES - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
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October 09, 2013
Martin Karplus speaks on the phone after winning the 2013 Nobel Prize for chemistry, at his home in Cambridge,...
Cambridge, UNITED STATES
Martin Karplus speaks on the phone after winning the 2013 Nobel Prize for chemistry, at his home in Cambridge...
Martin Karplus speaks on the phone after winning the 2013 Nobel Prize for chemistry, at his home in Cambridge, Massachusetts October 9, 2013. Karplus, Michael Levitt and Arieh Warshel won the 2013 Nobel Prize for chemistry for the development of multiscale models for complex chemical systems, the award-giving body said on Wednesday. REUTERS/Dominick Reuter (UNITED STATES - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
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