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Nobel laureate Dan Shechtman describes the structure of quasicrystals, the discovery of which won him the scorn of colleagues in the 1980s and then the Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 2011. This Nature Video was produced with support from Mars, Incorporated. All Nature Video content is editorially independent of sponsors, unless explicitly labeled as promotional content. It is reproduced here by permission.