Chemistry is one of category of Nobel Prize given to chemists who have dedicated in chemistry science. For a chemist, Nobel Prize is one of most prestigious award. Nobel Prize for chemistry 2013 has been decided, chemistry prize goes to three theoretical chemists who have developed a multiscale computer model to predict complex chemical reaction.
For some people, maybe it the Chemistry Nobel Prize 2013 decision was a surprise. The Prize did not go to chemist who had developed new formula of chemistry but the prize went to a group of chemists who had developed a computer program about chemistry. The significance of the research (computer model) is enormous for the chemistry science, it allows chemists to analyze and even predict complex chemistry reaction without doing real test in the lab.
The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences also noted that the Chemistry Nobel Prize 2013 was given to three brilliant researchers that have developed a multiscale computer model because their inventions importance to exact science. Researcher now do not have to use lab coat, use plastic balls and sticks to test the molecules, the computer model now has gain bigger part of the natural science researches .
The computer model software also has high accuracy so its analysis and predictions are reliable to use in chemistry researches. The computer model software is cheaper compared to the real test in the lab and it also less harmful to researchers since it is produced a real chemical reactions. This computer model software has brings chemistry into next advance level.
What were the name and the affiliations of the scientists who won the prize?
The Group of chemists who developed the computer model ...
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...ciences development. In coming years it is no doubt that the computer will be more important to our life.
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