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01 May 2018

Have you ever tried explaining to your grandmother what virtual reality is? Or what nanobots do? I challenge you to explain what it is that Ben Feringa won his Nobel Prize for. The world is changing so very quickly that it becomes difficult to keep track of all the new developments sometimes. We live lives that would be hard to imagine half a century ago and deal with issues that were unheard of back then.

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