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At 97 years old, John Goodenough is the oldest-ever Nobel laureate. He was awarded the prize in chemistry for his work in developing the lithium-ion battery.
Even into his 90s, his continued research led to refinements in battery technology.
2019 Chemistry Laureate John Goodenough doubled the lithium battery’s potential, creating the right conditions for a vastly more powerful and useful battery.
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://atxne.ws/32cC0hS
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://bit.ly/2nuxSea
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
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://twitter.com/NobelPrize/status/1181869412837724161
"I worked very hard. I tried to do the best I could."
John Goodenough - who today was awarded the #NobelPrize - recounts his childhood up to his present-day work as a scientist in this podcast: https://cen.acs.org/people/profiles/Podcast-97-lithium-ion-battery/97/i35
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://twitter.com/NobelPrize/status/1181868876734324737
Discover the person behind the striking illustrations of the new #NobelPrize laureates: Niklas Elmehed.
Here Niklas is painting the portrait of 2019 Chemistry Laureate, John Goodenough.
Congratulations to John Goodenough – @UTAustin professor and WWII Army Vet – for winning the Nobel Prize for developing lithium ion batteries to reduce our dependence on fossil fuels. This tremendous achievement speaks to his ingenuity and innovation. https://www.statesman.com/news/20191009/ut-professor-wins-nobel-prize-in-chemistry-for-work-on-lithium-ion-batteries
From the archive: John Goodenough, who today won the Nobel Prize in Chemistry, helped invent the battery that is used to recharge many of today’s electronic goods https://on.wsj.com/2IC8P0d
A 97-year-old academic who has become the oldest winner of a Nobel prize criticised Oxford University for forcing him to retire at 65 https://www.thetimes.co.uk/edition/news/nobel-winner-john-goodenough-97-was-pensioned-off-by-oxford-aged-65-6hbdfnzxt?utm_medium=Social&utm_source=Twitter#Echobox=1570690772
Nobel laureate John Goodenough celebrated his milestone accomplishment with @gregfenves, who gave the @CockrellSchool professor a UT phone case 🤘📱
Goodenough won the Nobel Prize for creating the lithium-ion batteries that power all of our phones and countless other electronics
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.
I've just heard that John Goodenough was not at home to receive Nobel phone call because he's in London to receive the @royalsociety Copley medal - the world's oldest scientific prize. Good place to celebrate!
The Nobel Prize in Chemistry has been awarded to John Goodenough, M. Stanley Whittingham and Akira Yoshino for the development of lithium-ion batteries. See our Collection of work that is laying the foundations of a wireless and fossil-fuel-free future: https://go.nature.com/2MgeE5K
BREAKING: UT professor wins Nobel prize in chemistry for his work developing lithium-ion batteries. At 97, John Goodenough is the oldest laureate in the history of the award. #highered #txed
.@wsj story from last year on John Goodenough, a father of the lithium-ion battery. He won a Nobel this morning.
Dear Oxford uni,
Prof. Goodenough is still good enough! https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/nobel-winner-john-goodenough-97-was-pensioned-off-by-oxford-aged-65-6hbdfnzxt