2001 Nobel Prize Winner in Chemistry, Professor Karl Barry Sharpless, lectured on "How to Find Something New" at Tianjin University in November. Great discoveries are always stumbled upon and as a scientist, you may have the fortune to come across something new, but there are also very specific techniques that can put you in the middle of the discovery super highway. In his lecture, Professor K. Barry Sharpless explored the intricacies of scientific discovery and discussed how when observation is concerned, as stated in 1854 by Louis Pasteur, good luck favors only the prepared mind. You make your own luck!
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