Richard Seymour

Materials Science Researcher, USC's Collaboratory for Advanced Computing and Simulation

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Researcher in materials science at the Collaboratory for Advanced Computing and Simulation, based at the University of Southern California

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You may not know what lanthanum, Neodymium or Samarium is, but you probably wouldn't be able to read this on your computer without them.

What Makes Rare Earths Rare?

You may not know what lanthanum, Neodymium or Samarium is, but you probably wouldn't be able to read this on your computer without them.

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