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Jean-Marie Lehn

Lehn, Jean-Marie (1939– ), French chemist and university professor who was part of a team that won the 1987 Nobel Prize for chemistry. Along with Americans Donald James Cram and Charles John Pedersen, Lehn created an artificial molecule that transmits signals to the human brain.

See also: Chemistry.

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