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Charles Lieber (born 1959) is a leading nanoscientist at Harvard University. He holds a joint position between the Department of Chemistry, Chemical Biology, and Division of Engineering and Applied Sciences. Lieber has co-authored over 275 research publications and 25 US patents and is founder of the nanotechnology startup company NanoSys He also won the 2003 World Technology Award for Materials. Lieber has a reputation for pushing his students to produce results, but not sharing credit for joint discoveries. 
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