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Sanger is a two-time Nobel laureate in chemistry, the only person to have been so.
Technion's 616 faculty members include three Nobel Laureates in chemistry.
Reuters News agency predicted him as a possible Nobel Laureate in chemistry in 2009.
Thomas Cech, a Nobel Laureate in chemistry.
Most of the fears proved groundless, said Dr. Berg, a Nobel laureate in chemistry.
Sir Harry Kroto, 1996 Nobel Laureate in chemistry, for the discovery of fullerenes.
"They're the only rock band that is made up of neuroscientists," said Roald Hoffman, the host and a Nobel laureate in chemistry.
Herbert A. Hauptman, American mathematician and Nobel laureate in chemistry (b. 1917)
Her father, a Nobel laureate in chemistry, comes to believe that Erich's dog, Pi, is transmitting messages from her master.
As a German national, the future Nobel laureate in chemistry was not allowed to enter the chemistry building, and so he opted for physics and mathematics.
February 14 - Herbert Hauptman, American mathematician and Nobel laureate in Chemistry (d. 2011)
Professor Altman is Nobel laureate in chemistry and the Sterling Professor of Biology at Yale University.
The Nobel laureate in chemistry, Mario Molina, says "five per cent is a reasonable limit for acceptable ozone depletion, but it doesn't represent a tipping point".
His research has consisted of controlled experiments and empirical studies of literary and artistic prize winners and Nobel laureates in chemistry, physics, and medicine or physiology.
One of the judges, Dr. Dudley R. Herschbach, a 1986 Nobel laureate in chemistry, had an explanation for the showing by New York City students.
The Nobel Laureates in chemistry are selected by a committee that consists of five members elected by The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences.
Dr. Richard E. Smalley, a Rice University professor and Nobel laureate in chemistry, argues that new technologies and conservation can probably solve the world's energy needs.
During this time Harold Urey (Nobel laureate in Chemistry) discovered deuterium and George Pegram was investigating the phenomena associated with the newly discovered neutron.
Aston, a Nobel Laureate in chemistry, claimed that should atomic energy ever be released in practical form, "the human race will have at its command powers beyond the dreams of science fiction."
Jobs met Paul Berg, a Nobel Laureate in chemistry, at a luncheon held in Silicon Valley to honour François Mitterrand, then President of France.
Casting himself as David to the establishment Goliath, he has organized an open letter to the Senate signed by 20 American Nobel laureates in chemistry, physics and medicine as well as economics.
One of the authors, Dr. Roald Hoffman, a Nobel laureate in chemistry, helped track down the earliest reference to a razor in connection with our severely censured nominalist's parsimony pitch.
Roald Hoffmann, a Nobel laureate in chemistry, is to be the host of an Entertaining Science cabaret at the Cornelia Street Cafe at 6 p.m. March 5 in Manhattan.
Paul Berg, a Nobel laureate in chemistry, wrote to the Senate that "Quackery will always prey on the gullible and uninformed, but we should not provide it with cover from the NIH."
Birge was unafraid of scientific controversy and persevered with his course on atomic structure, attracting future Nobel Laureates in chemistry William Francis Giauque and Harold Clayton Urey.
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