2021 Priestley Medalist A. Paul Alivisatos helped introduce the world to the nanocrystal

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The American Chemical Society's 2021 winner of its prestigious Priestley Medal is a pioneer who devloped now-widely-used solution-phase colloidal chemistry methods for synthesizing and precisely controlling the fundamental components — the nanocrystals — that underpin much of nanotechnology. Georgia Tech's own nano pioneer, National Medal of Science winner Mostafa El-Sayed, Regents' Emeritus Professor in the School of Chemistry and Biochemistry, shares his thoughts on A. Paul Alivisatos' contributions to science. 

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