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The Nobel Prize
 @NobelPrize
2019 Chemistry Laureate John Goodenough doubled the lithium battery’s potential, creating the right conditions for a vastly more powerful and useful battery. #NobelPrize @NobelPrize's photo on John Goodenough
09 Oct, 09:50 AM UTC
The Nobel Prize
 @NobelPrize
At 97, Chemistry Laureate John Goodenough is the oldest person to receive a #NobelPrize. “He’s still going to the lab every day, as far as I know. He is a remarkable person, he is really burning for this field,” says Olof Ramström, member of the Nobel Committee for Chemistry. @NobelPrize's photo on John Goodenough
09 Oct, 03:02 PM UTC
Scott Santens🧢
 @scottsantens
Last month the #YangGang learned that 97-yr-old scientist John Goodenough watched the 2nd debate, liked @AndrewYang best, and has been impressed with him ever since. Today, he just won the Nobel Prize in Chemistry for his contribution to Li-ion batteries! https://t.co/w2GsC6mZ4p @scottsantens's photo on John Goodenough
09 Oct, 02:11 PM UTC
UT Austin
 @UTAustin
Congratulations to John B. Goodenough, professor in @CockrellSchool! He has been awarded the 2019 #NobelPrize in chemistry for the development of lithium-ion batteries: https://t.co/lkzcFGNcLX #WhatStartsHere🌎 @UTAustin's photo on John Goodenough
09 Oct, 12:42 PM UTC
David Beard
 @dabeard
At 97, John Goodenough is still working in his lab at the University of Texas, trying to improve batteries. This morning, he won the #NobelPrize https://t.co/TzhXECMKVt
09 Oct, 10:27 AM UTC
Parveen Kaswan, IFS
 @ParveenKaswan
2019 #NobelPrize in Chemistry is awarded to John Goodenough, Stanley Whittingham and Akira Yoshino for the development of lithium-ion batteries. Among them Goodenough is 97 years old. He kept working till now & today awarded with prestigious Nobel. Never stop chasing #dreams.
09 Oct, 02:44 PM UTC
Greg Fenves
 @gregfenves
I am so proud of Prof John Goodenough for receiving the Nobel Prize in Chemistry for the lithium battery. He is a long-time faculty member at UT, dedicated to science, research and his students. Congratulations John! @CockrellSchool @utmechengr https://t.co/TkNzq2fq7A
09 Oct, 12:15 PM UTC
Texas Engineering
 @CockrellSchool
Inventor, teacher, Texas Engineer, and now #NobelPrize winner 🤘🤘🤘 Congratulations to John Goodenough, winner of the Nobel Prize in Chemistry for his development of lithium-ion batteries: https://t.co/FZOyr7B1Mf @CockrellSchool's photo on John Goodenough
09 Oct, 11:37 AM UTC
Texas Exes
@TexasExes
Long-time @UTAustin professor John Goodenough has been awarded the 2019 Nobel Prize in chemistry for the development of lithium-ion batteries 🤘🤘🤘 Read our 2015 @TheAlcalde profile of him here → https://t.co/mAfH1wDvC9 https://t.co/akwx1RcJ43
09 Oct, 01:06 PM UTC
Scientific American
 @sciam
The 2019 Nobel Prize in Chemistry goes to John Goodenough, M. Stanley Whittingham and Akira Yoshino for the development of lithium-ion batteries. https://t.co/y0VHgCyVsg 🎙️ @sciam's photo on John Goodenough
09 Oct, 11:45 AM UTC
Oxford Chemistry
@OxfordChemistry
Such brilliant news: John Goodenough and his group pioneered the development of lithium cathode materials in Oxford; without this work, the rechargeable lithium battery (and arguably the modern connected world) would not exist. Congratulations to all three winners. https://t.co/NSjJFOBkMB
09 Oct, 09:58 AM UTC
Austin Statesman
 @statesman
John Goodenough, a professor of engineering at the University of Texas, was awarded the Nobel prize in chemistry for his work in developing lithium-ion batteries. https://t.co/YdrsLhykAg
09 Oct, 12:06 PM UTC
Android Authority
 @AndroidAuth
The Nobel Prize in Chemistry was just awarded to three scientists who developed the first lithium-ion batteries: Stanley Whittingham, John Goodenough, and Akira Yoshino. Without their work, we wouldn't have smartphones, or almost any other modern tech. #NobelPrize @AndroidAuth's photo on John Goodenough
09 Oct, 10:11 AM UTC
Greg Fenves
 @gregfenves
In simple terms, John Goodenough’s invention kept the batteries from catching fire. https://t.co/pEKXxX2FTp
09 Oct, 12:17 PM UTC
NaturalSciences @ UT
 @TexasScience
Congratulations, @UTAustin's John Goodenough, on winning a #NobelPrize in Chemistry for developing lithium ion batteries! https://t.co/oq7O37SMhn @CockrellSchool @TexasScience's photo on John Goodenough
09 Oct, 11:09 AM UTC
Robert Palgrave
@Robert_Palgrave
Great news that John Goodenough has won the Nobel prize for Lithium ion batteries, here is some great advice he gave a few years ago to young material scientists Ref: Chem. Mater. 2015, 27, 5149−5150 https://t.co/HWFVtFFYxq
09 Oct, 01:35 PM UTC
Faraday Institution
@FaradayInst
Huge congratulations to John Goodenough, Stanley Whittingham and Akira Yoshino on winning the Nobel Prize in Chemistry. The fundamental research in Li-ion batteries is a prime example of how scientific breakthrough can transform how people move, interact and live their lives
09 Oct, 10:46 AM UTC
AFP news agency
 @AFP
#BREAKING John Goodenough of US, Britain's Stanley Whittingham and Japan's Akira Yoshino win Nobel Chemistry Prize #Nobel2019 @AFP's photo on John Goodenough
09 Oct, 09:53 AM UTC
AFP news agency
 @AFP
Graphic on lithium-ion batteries as the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences awards the Nobel Chemistry Prize to John Goodenough, Stanley Whittingham and Akira Yoshino @AFP's photo on John Goodenough
09 Oct, 11:23 AM UTC
SBS News
 @SBSNews
Three researchers from the US, UK and Japan have won the Nobel Chemistry Prize for the development of lithium-ion batteries. https://t.co/dfR39SubHL
09 Oct, 10:49 AM UTC
Argonne National Lab
 @argonne
Congratulations to the three winners of this year's Nobel Prize in chemistry for the development of lithium ion batteries. FYI, John Goodenough is a @UChicago grad! https://t.co/St7LJbMyGI
09 Oct, 01:20 PM UTC
Royal Society of Chemistry
 @RoySocChem
"[...]I also enjoy travelling and meeting people from all over the world – and walking in the mountains." - When Prof. John Goodenough isn't winning #NobelPrize he likes to explore the world 🗺️ https://t.co/qC97WhDcrI @NobelPrize @RoySocChem's photo on John Goodenough
09 Oct, 11:02 AM UTC
Rep. Chip Roy
 @RepChipRoy
Congratulations! "John Goodenough, a professor at the University of Texas Cockrell School of Engineering, was awarded the Nobel prize in chemistry for his work in developing lithium-ion batteries." https://t.co/P9pVFfzBqY
09 Oct, 03:30 PM UTC
AFP news agency
 @AFP
#UPDATE Three researchers -- Akira Yoshino (L), John Goodenough (R) and Stanley Whittingham (2R) -- have won the #NobelChemistry Prize for the development of lithium-ion batteries, paving the way for smartphones and a fossil fuel-free society https://t.co/RToULd3B0o #Nobel2019 https://t.co/EePOFi1X5y
09 Oct, 04:00 PM UTC
Agence France-Presse
 @AFPespanol
El estadounidense John Goodenough, el británico Stanley Whittingham y el japonés Akira Yoshino obtienen el premio #Nobel2019 de Química por la invención de las baterías de litio, presentes en numerosas tecnologías de la vida diaria #AFP https://t.co/j4ieOke0y9 https://t.co/Qo0U29mTfs
09 Oct, 02:37 PM UTC
Amina Manzoor
@aminamnzr
Min kollega @MariaGuntherA har tidigare intervjuat John Goodenough, den äldsta Nobelpristagaren någonsin. https://t.co/N0fFG48Ks0
09 Oct, 09:50 AM UTC
UChicago
 @UChicago
Good morning! ICYMI #UChicago alum John Goodenough is a #Nobel Laureate. Goodenough (SM’50 PhD’52) shares the #NobelPrize2019 in chemistry w/ two others for inventing the lithium-ion battery. The 97y/o is the oldest person ever to receive a Nobel. https://t.co/0wmE4MefDh
09 Oct, 02:26 PM UTC
Quanta Magazine
 @QuantaMagazine
In this podcast from @cenmag, newly minted Nobel laureate, John Goodenough, reflects on his career, his contributions to lithium-ion battery technology, and what he's working on next. https://t.co/I1iMj9fojl
09 Oct, 03:37 PM UTC
Nathaniel Bullard
 @NatBullard
Nobel prize for three researchers and developers of the Lithium-Ion storage battery https://t.co/drprCkxUkH there’s a reminder to all who keep insisting that we need a new revolutionary breakthrough battery tech literally in one scientist’s name: good enough (John Goodenough)
09 Oct, 09:59 AM UTC
USPTO
 @uspto
Congratulations to inventor John Goodenough for winning the 2019 @NobelPrize in Chemistry. He previously was honored with the National Medal of Science, and in 2018 the #USPTO presented him with an inventor collectible card. Learn more: https://t.co/ovN0rVuISQ #NobelPrize2019 https://t.co/maypKWCPOS https://t.co/whDooxMERH
09 Oct, 03:01 PM UTC

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