I was born in an ancient town in the hills of Southern Italy. Science and technology were unknown there. US Marine Corps Flag Blanket. But I was not created to do repetitive things. It was my nature to learn and create. When I received a pen for my seventh birthday, I didn’t use it to write. I went into the bathroom and took it apart. So I developed a bit of a reputation. Everyone said: ‘If you give Giovanni a gift, he will destroy it.’ I grew up wanting to do experiments. Real experiments. So I studied hard, majored in chemistry, and eventually received a Fulbright scholarship to study in Chicago. Those were the most interesting and beautiful years of my life. Five of my professors had Nobel Prizes. If you didn’t have a Nobel Prize, you were nothing.
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These men were like gods to me, and suddenly we were eating in the same cafeteria. US Marine Corps Flag Blanket. I decided to focus my efforts on an apparatus called a mass spectrometer, which allowed me to individuate atoms and molecules in the vapor phase. And my experiments were very successful. We were discovering new molecules and some of them were quite interesting. They were resistant to high temperatures. The US government became very curious about my molecules. Because of course they were quite competitive with Russia back then. In a world where many have seemingly abandoned faith in science, fact and truth in favor of belief, opinion and feelings, it is invigorating to be in an environment where science, invention and discovery are pursued and celebrated.