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3 scientists win Nobel Prize in chemistry for their work on tiny quantum dots

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Alexei Ekimov is a Russian scientist.

If he doesn't denounce the Special Military Operation in Ukraine that means he tacitly supports it.

No, it doesn’t.

It means he is a scientist. From Russia.

I wonder if the Nobel committee will demand that he denounce Russia.

Wonder no more. If you haven’t read the article yet I’ll fill you in. He has already won the Nobel Prize. No denouncement necessary.

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ThubanOct. 4 07:36 pm JST

Alexei Ekimov is a Russian scientist.

If he doesn't denounce the Special Military Operation in Ukraine that means he tacitly supports it.

I wonder if the Nobel committee will demand that he denounce Russia.

He at least had the good sense to flee the land of smiles. He's not a public figure, though, so no need to get his direct opinion on the war.

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Congratulations to Moungi Bawendi, Louis Brus, and Alexei Ekimov.

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