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Fenn and Tanaka Present Nobel Lectures

John Fenn and Koichi Tanaka have presented their Nobel Lectures at Stockholm University in Sweden on December 8, 2002.

First John Fenn gave a presentation entitled "Electrospray Wings for Molecular Elephants" that describes important developments in mass spectrometry analyzer technology before covering his contributions to the development of electrospray ionization. Koichi Tanaka later accepted his Nobel Prize with a talk entitled "The Origin of Macromolecule Ionization by Laser Irradiation" that describes an early form of what is now known as matrix-assisted laser desorption ionization (MALDI), his early difficulties getting recognition for the work, and the contributions of other scientists to its development.

To hear John Fenn's lecture at the Nobel web site - click here (requires Real Player)

To hear Koichi Tanaka's lecture at the Nobel web site -
click here (requires Real Player)

www.i-mass.com congratulates both scientists.

Photos courtesy of Hans Mehlin, Nobel e-Museum



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