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WEST LAFAYETTE, IN - OCTOBER 6:  Chemistry professor Ei-ichi Negishi gestures as he speaks during a news conference after he was awarded a share in the Nobel Prize for Chemistry October 6, 2010 in West Lafayette, Indiana. Negishi, a researcher at Purdue University, along with Richard F. Heck and Akira Suzuki, won the Nobel for developing palladium-catalyzed cross coupling, which allows chemists to create complex chemicals.  (Photo by Frank Polich/Getty Images)
WEST LAFAYETTE, IN - OCTOBER 6:  Chemistry professor Ei-ichi Negishi gestures as he speaks during a news conference after he was awarded a share in the Nobel Prize for Chemistry October 6, 2010 in West Lafayette, Indiana. Negishi, a researcher at Purdue University, along with Richard F. Heck and Akira Suzuki, won the Nobel for developing palladium-catalyzed cross coupling, which allows chemists to create complex chemicals.  (Photo by Frank Polich/Getty Images)

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