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Members of the Swedish Royal Academy of Sciences, from left, Ingemar Lundstrom, Staffan Normark, Borje Johansson and Per Delsing, announce that Russian-born scientists Andre Geim, left on screen, and Konstantin Novoselov, right on screen behind podium, share the Nobel Prize in physics for "groundbreaking experiments" with an atom-thin material expected to play a large role in electronics in Stockholm, Sweden Tuesday Oct. 5, 2010  (AP Photo/Scanpix Sweden/Maja Suslin)
Photo by: MAJA SUSLIN / SCANPIX
Members of the Swedish Royal Academy of Sciences, from left, Ingemar Lundstrom, Staffan Normark, Borje Johansson and Per Delsing, announce that Russian-born scientists Andre Geim, left on screen, and Konstantin Novoselov, right on screen behind podium, share the Nobel Prize in physics for "groundbreaking experiments" with an atom-thin material expected to play a large role in electronics in Stockholm, Sweden Tuesday Oct. 5, 2010 (AP Photo/Scanpix Sweden/Maja Suslin)

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