George Olah, USC scientist who won Nobel Prize in chemistry, dies at 89

Monday, March 13, 2017 - 03:11 in Physics & Chemistry

George Olah, a USC chemist and Nobel laureate who found new ways to study previously imperceptible stages in hydrocarbon-related chemical reactions, has died at his Beverly Hills home at age 89. The Hungarian-born scientist’s research, which earned USC its first Nobel in 1994, fueled the advancement...

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