Nobel Laureate Chemistry

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March 23 - Births
1858) 1858 – Ludwig Quidde, German pacifist, recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize (d. 1922) 1881 – Roger Martin du Gard, French writer, Nobel laureate (d. 1969) 1881 – Hermann Staudinger, German chemist, Nobel laureate (d ...
May 31 - Births
1963) 1887 – Saint-John Perse, French diplomat, Nobel Prize laureate (d. 1920) 1911 – Maurice Allais, French economist, Nobel Prize laureate (d ... director 1931 – John Robert Schrieffer, American physicist, Nobel Prize laureate 1931 – Shirley Verrett, American soprano (d ...
List Of Barack Obama Presidential Campaign Endorsements, 2008 - Campaign Endorsements - Academics - Scientists
... Peter Agre, Nobel Prize-winning scientist (Chemistry 2003) Don Lamb, University of Chicago astrophysicist and former NASA scientist Sharon Long, former dean of Stanford University's School of ... Hall (Nobel Laureate Physics 2005) Sidney Altman(Nobel Laureate Chemistry 1989) Leland H ... Hartwell (Nobel Laureate Medicine 2001) Philip W ...
December 19 - Births
... Abraham Michelson, Prussian-born American physicist, Nobel laureate (d. 1983) 1903 – George Davis Snell, American geneticist, Nobel laureate (d ... and activist 1961 – Eric Allin Cornell, American physicist, Nobel laureate 1961 – Matthew Waterhouse, English actor 1961 – Reggie White, American football player (d ...
Dragon School - Notable Old Dragons
... Poppy Adams, writer Alexander Aris, elder son of Nobel Prize-winning democracy and human rights campaigner Aung San Suu Kyi and Michael Aris Kim Aris, younger son of Aung San Suu Kyi ... turbulence modelling Sir Tim Hunt, biochemist and Nobel laureate Brian Inglis (1916–1993), journalist and historian Max Irons (born 1985), actor Pico Iyer ...

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