Kimyaokulu - Nobel ödülü Kazanan Bilim Adamlarý nobel ÖDÜLÜ KAZANAN BILIM ADAMLARI VE YAPTIGI ÇALISMALAR. DUDLEY R. ABD,Harvard Üniversitesi, Cambridge, MA, d. 1932; lee, yuan T. ABD, Kaliforniya http://kimyaokulu.com/bilimin onculeri/nobel/nobel_odulu_kazananlar02.htm
Nobel Chemistry Prize The nobel Prize for chemistry is one of the original Prizes and dates from 1901. 1986,Dudley Herschbach yuan T. lee John C. Polanyi, USA USA Canada. http://www.geocities.com/Axiom43/nobelchemistry.html
Extractions: Nobel Peace Prize for Chemistry The Nobel Prize for chemistry is one of the original Prizes and dates from 1901. Year Winner(s) Country J. H. van't Hoff Netherlands E. Fischer Germany S. Arrhenius Sweden Sir William Ramsay Great Britain A. von Bayer Germany H. Molssan France E.Buchner Germany Ernest Rutherford Great Britain W. Ostwald Germany O. Wallach Germany Marie Curie France V. Grignard France A. Werner Switzerland T. W. Richards USA R. Willstaetter Germany No Award Made No Award Made F. Haber Germany No Award Made W. Nernst Germany Frederick Soddy Great Britain Francis W. Aston Great Britain F. Pregl Austria No Award Made R, Zsigmondy Germany T. Svedberg Sweden H. Wieland Germany A. Windans Germany Hans von Euler-Chelpin
Extractions: against the aggression on Croatia Many people throughout the world contributed to the international recognition of Croatia (January 15, 1992). We would like to present a list of 104 Nobel prize winners (in alphabetic order) who signed an appeal to stop the aggression of the Yugoslav Army on Croatia that started in 1991 (The New York Times, January 14th, 1992). We do this we the feeling of deepest gratitude. During the past several weeks the Yugoslav Army has escalated its war against Croatia. Dozens of villages have been razed. Many historical monuments have been destroyed. Several cities, including Croatia's capital of Zagreb, have been bombed. Over 2,000* people have been killed. The undeclared war has already produced more than 100,000* refugees. The violence and destruction unleashed in Croatia is on a scale unknown in Europe since the Second World War. Innocent civilians are massacred. Hospitals and places of worship are destroyed. Conscience demands that we raise our voices against this senseless war. We appeal to the Western and Eastern governments to stop the Yugoslav Army wanton destruction.
Extractions: p r o p h e c y The following statement was released on December 7, 2001, by 100 Nobel Prize winners to coincide with the celebration of the 100th anniversary of the first Nobel prizes. Although the statement began circulating among the laureates last summer, most of them signed it after September 11. The most profound danger to world Peace in the coming years will stem not from the irrational acts of states or individuals but from the legitimate demands of the world's dispossessed. Of these poor and disenfranchised, the majority live a marginal existence in equatorial climates. Global warming, not of their making but originating with the wealthy few, will affect their fragile ecologies most. Their situation will be desperate and manifestly unjust. It cannot be expected, therefore, that in all cases they will be content to await the beneficence of the rich. If then we permit the devastating power of modern weaponry to spread through this combustible human landscape, we invite a conflagration that can engulf both rich and poor. The only hope for the future lies in cooperative international action, legitimized by democracy. It is time to turn our backs on the unilateral search for security, in which we seek to shelter behind walls. Instead, we must persist in the quest for united action to counter both global warming and a weaponized world.
FOR- News And Current Events celebrating the 100th anniversary of the nobel prize, 100 nobel laureates have LambPhysics, 1955 Leon M. Lederman Physics, 1988 yuan T. lee Chemistry, 1986 http://www.forusa.org/News/NobelStatement1201.html
Extractions: The most profound danger to world peace in the coming years will stem not from the irrational acts of states or individuals but from the legitimate demands of the world's dispossessed. Of these poor and disenfranchised, the majority live a marginal existence in equatorial climates. Global warming, not of their making but originating with the wealthy few, will affect their fragile ecologies most. Their situation will be desperate and manifestly unjust.
Nobel Prize Winners Support Basic Science Americans have been awarded more than onehalf of all nobel Prizes in MD, MelvinCalvin, Ph.D., Glenn T. Seaborg, Donald A. Glaser, Ph.D., yuan T. lee, Ph.D http://www.sdsc.edu/SDSCwire/v2.13/nobelists.html
Extractions: Policy News Number 101: June 26, 1996 The letter, dated June 19, follows: "Dear President Clinton and Members of Congress: "As men and women who have helped to shape the modern scientific age and who care deeply about the future of our nation, we urge you to reaffirm the fundamental role of the federal government in supporting basic scientific research. "Americans have been awarded more than one-half of all Nobel Prizes in physics, chemistry and medicine since 1945. This impressive success is no accident, but the result of a firm and consistent commitment by the federal government to basic science research at our universities. Our nation's policymakers and public have been prudent investors because their support has paid off in tremendous ways. "America's investment in research over the last fifty years has been a vital source of our economic and political strength around the world, as well as the quality of life Americans enjoy at home. The polio vaccine, computers, jet propulsion and disease resistant grains and vegetables are some of the thousands of advances pioneered at our universities that have had dramatic benefits for our health, economy, security and quality of life. "New and equally breathtaking advances may be just around the corner. Genetic research, for example, gives promise of better treatments for Alzheimer's, cancer and other diseases. Lighter and stronger composite materials may be developed with important applications in transportation, medicine and the military. Continuing support for university-based research will not only pave the way for these important breakthroughs, but will also train the next generation of pioneers and Nobelists.
Sponsors And Partners Many of our honored guests including Mr. Chen Shui-Bian (President of the ROC),Mr. yuan T. lee (nobel Laureate and President of Academia Sinica of the ROC http://www.compaq.com.tw/bioseminar/Conference/sponsers.asp
Extractions: www.compaq.com.tw HP is a leading global provider of products, technologies, solutions and services to consumers and businesses. The company's offerings span IT infrastructure, personal computing and access devices, global services and imaging and printing. The merged company had combined revenue of approximately $81.7 billion in fiscal 2001 and operations in more than 160 countries. Information about HP and its products can be found at www.hp.com.
Extractions: Event IUPAC 2001: World Chemistry Congress Begins July 1, 2001 Ends July 6, 2001 Papers March 31, 2001 Ab. Country Australia State City Brisbane Email Category Business: Agriculture Category 2 Business: Food Category 3 Exhibits Y Organization Contact URL http:// Description The World Chemistry Congress 2001 will be a landmark event, featuring a diverse program and a range of associated meetings and activities all of which will combine to add value to your attendance.
Alumni Editor of Science Magazine Ken Kragen Musical artists representative, We are theWorld , Timothy Leary (d.) Social activist yuan T. lee nobel Prize winner http://www.cuci.nl/luc/berkeley/alumni.htm
Fq - Prémios Nobel Da Química Translate this page Galardoados com o Prémio nobel da Química, atribuído pela Fundação nobel,para distinguir trabalhos de 1986 Dudley R. Herschbach, yuan T. lee, John C http://atelier.uarte.mct.pt/fq/quem/nobelqui.htm
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Extractions: Nobel Prize in Chemistry since 1901 Year Winners Hoff, Jacobus Henricus Van't Fischer, Hermann Emil Arrhenius, Svante August Ramsay, Sir William Baeyer, Johann Friedrich Wilhelm Von Moissan, Henri Buchner, Eduard Rutherford, Lord Ernest Ostwald, Wilhelm Wallach, Otto Curie, Marie Grignard, Victor; Sabatier, Paul Werner, Alfred Richards, Theodore William Willstatter, Richard Martin Haber, Fritz Nernst, Walther Hermann Soddy, Frederick Aston, Francis William Pregl, Fritz Zsigmondy, Richard Adolf Svedberg, The Wieland, Heinrich Otto Windaus, Adolf Otto Reinhold Euler-chelpin, Hans Karl August Von; Harden, Sir Arthur Fischer, Hans Bergius, Friedrich; Bosch, Carl Langmuir, Irving Urey, Harold Clayton Joliot, Frederic; Joliot-Curie, Irene Debye, Petrus Josephus Wilhelmus Haworth, Sir Walter Norman; Karrer, Paul Kuhn, Richard Butenandt, Adolf Friedrich Johann; Ruzicka, Leopold De Hevesy, George Hahn, Otto Virtanen, Artturi Ilmari Northrop, John Howard; Stanley, Wendell Meredith; Sumner, James Batcheller Robinson, Sir Robert Tiselius, Arne Wilhelm Kaurin Giauque, William Francis
Extractions: RESPECT: It's What Taiwan Wants at APEC Meeting By Ted Anthony Associated Press, Oct. 25, 2002 Lee Yuan-tseh, Taiwan's top man at the Asia-Pacific Cooperation Forum, began his news conference with a very basic statement: "Our president, Chen Shui-bian, could not attend the meeting. So he asked me to come." To an outsider, it was mere formality. But like everything else with Taiwan when it comes to the international community, it's never that simple. Chen Shui-bian couldn't come because China would never accept the presence of Taiwan's president at an international event; to Beijing, the island is a part of China and doesn't have a government. And Taiwan is billed at APEC as "Chinese Taipei" a moniker that itself is the product of years of negotiation. So what's an ambitious island with an intimidating neighbor to do? Taiwan decided to send a Nobel laureate. Lee, the president of Taiwan's Academia Sinica, won the Nobel chemistry prize in 1986. China didn't object to his selection because he works in a research position instead of a political post. He heads an advisory body established by Chen to seek public consensus on relations with China. On Thursday, you would have thought the chemist was a diplomat as he adeptly straddled the ever-shifting line between keeping Taiwan's domestic population happy and not angering China.
Nature Publishing Group nobel chemistry laureates don't normally enter the hurlyburly of politics but lee yuan-tseh did. David Cyranoski meets a reluctant political hero. http://www.nature.com/cgi-taf/DynaPage.taf?file=/nature/journal/v404/n6781/full/
Untitled Newsletter, 11, 65 (1990). yuan T. lee in nobel Prizes in Chemistry,Salem Press, Pasadena, California, 1990. George Porter in nobel http://www.unco.edu/chemist/schwenz/publish.htm
Extractions: PUBLICATIONSJuried: Books With Robert J. Moore, Physical Chemistry: Developing a Dynamic Curriculum , ACS Books, Washington, D.C., 1993. Exams Committee Chair (xxx people), 1999 Physical Chemistry (Thermodynamics), American Chemical Society Division of Chemical Education Examinations Institute, Clemson, SC, 1999. Committee Chair (20 people), 1996 Physical Chemistry (Thermodynamics), American Chemical Society Division of Chemical Education Examinations Institute, Clemson, SC, 1996. Journal Articles and Book Chapters With William F. Polik, "Analysis of the Infrared Spectra of Diatomic Molecules", J. Chem. Educ. With Lynn C. Geiger, Letter to the Editor on "A Photon-Initiated Hydrogen-Chlorine Reaction", J. Chem. Educ. With Peter L. Thomas, "College Physical Chemistry Students' Conceptions of Equilibrium and Fundamental Thermodynamics", J. Res. Sci. Teach. Contribution to chapter on "Peer Review" in "The ACS Style Guide: A Manual for Authors and Editors", 2 nd edition, Janet S. Dodd, ed., American Chemical Society, Washington, D.C., 1997. Reply to Comment on "The Problem with P. Chem."
Extractions: AT THE KYOTO CLIMATE SUMMIT Five years ago, in the World Scientists' Warning to Humanity , 1600 of the world's senior scientists sounded an unprecedented warning: Human activities inflict harsh and often irreversible damage on the environment and on critical resources. If not checked, many of our current practices put at serious risk the future that we wish for human society and the plant and animal kingdoms. Addressed to political, industrial, religious, and scientific leaders, the Warning demonstrated that the scientific community had reached a consensus that grave threats imperil the future of humanity and the global environment. However, over four years have passed, and progress has been woefully inadequate. Some of the most serious problems have worsened. Invaluable time has been squandered because so few leaders have risen to the challenge. The December 1997 Climate Summit in Kyoto, Japan, presents a unique opportunity. The world's political leaders can demonstrate a new commitment to the protection of the environment. The goal is to strengthen the 1992 Framework Convention on Climate Change by agreeing to effective controls on human practices affecting climate. This they can and must do, primarily by augmenting the Convention's voluntary measures with legally binding commitments to reduce industrial nations' emissions of heat-trapping gases significantly below 1990 levels in accordance with a near-term timetable.
Alfred P. Sloan Foundation Sloan Research Fellowships Michael Teitelbaum, Program Director nobel Laureate SloanFellows Physics, 1957, TD lee. 1986, Dudley Herschbach. 1986, yuan T. lee. http://www.sloan.org/programs/fellowship_nobel.shtml
Extractions: "Thank, thank you," was all a humbled President Lee Teng-hui could muster as he approached the news media upon handing in his resignation as the chairman of the Kuomintang in party headquarters in Taipei. Holding up his hands in a traditional Chinese salutation and bowing twice, Lee refused to say more, turning and muttering "thank you, thank you" as he walked away from the room full of local and foreign media.
Extractions: Eric A. Cornell and Carl E. Wieman shared the 2001 physics prize with Wolfgang Ketterle "for creating Bose-Einstein condensation using laser cooling and evaporation techniques." Cornell, a senior scientist at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) and professor adjoint at the University of Colorado-Boulder, received his bachelors degree in physics from Stanford in 1985. Wieman, a physics professor at the University of Colorado-Boulder, received his doctorate from Stanford in 1977. K. Barry Sharpless , chemistry (2001), earned a Stanford degree: Ph.D. '68 in chemistry. The Scripps Research Institute professor was cited "for his work on chirally catalysed oxidation reactions." Herbert L. Abrams , professor emeritus of radiology, is co-founder (1980) and member of International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War; the organization won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1985. John C. Harsanyi