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NOBEL WINNER WILL SPEAK AT U. ON CHEMICAL BINDING

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Henry Taube, a Nobel-prize winner and professor emeritus of chemistry at Stanford University, will speak at the University of Utah on Tuesday, June 2, about new directions in chemistry of ligands, materials involved in chemical binding.

Taube's talk begins at 4:15 p.m. in Room 2004 of the Henry Eyring Building. The colloquium is sponsored by the U.'s chemistry department.He has written a book and more than 350 articles about his area of expertise. In 1983 Taube won the Nobel Prize in chemistry, and he has garnered at least 30 other awards.