Index Of Nobel Laureates In Chemistry ALPHABETICAL LISTING OF nobel PRIZE LAUREATES IN CHEMISTRY. Name, Year Awarded.Alder, Kurt, 1950. Libby, Willard Frank, 1960. lipscomb, william N.. 1976. http://almaz.com/nobel/chemistry/alpha.html
Chemistry 1976 The nobel Prize in Chemistry 1976. for his studies on the structure of boranesilluminating problems of chemical bonding . william N. lipscomb. USA. http://www.nobel.se/chemistry/laureates/1976/
William Lipscomb - Autobiography william lipscomb Autobiography. My other activities include tennis and classicalchamber music as a performing clarinetist. From Les Prix nobel 1976. http://www.nobel.se/chemistry/laureates/1976/lipscomb-autobio.html
Extractions: Although born in Cleveland, Ohio, USA, on December 9, 1919, I moved to Kentucky in 1920, and lived in Lexington through my university years. After my bachelors degree at the University of Kentucky , I entered graduate school at the California Institute of Technology in 1941, at first in physics. Under the influence of Linus Pauling , I returned to chemistry in early 1942. From then until the end of 1945 I was involved in research and development related to the war. After completion of the Ph.D., I joined the faculty of the University of Minnesota in 1946, and moved to Harvard University in 1959. Harvard's recognitions include the Abbott and James Lawrence Professorship in 1971, and the George Ledlie Prize in 1971. The early research in borane chemistry is best summarized in my book "Boron Hydrides" (W.A. Benjamin, Inc., 1963), although most of this and late work is in several scientific journals. Since about 1960, my research interests have also been concerned with the relationship between three-dimensional structures of enzymes and how they catalyze reactions or how they are regulated by allosteric transformations. Besides memberships in various scientific societies, I have received the Bausch and Lomb honorary science award in 1937; and, from the American Chemical Society, the Award for Distinguished Service in the Advancement of Inorganic Chemistry, and the Peter Debye Award in Physical Chemistry. Local sections of this Society have given the Harrison Howe Award and Remsen Award. The University of Kentucky presented to me the Sullivan Medallion in 1941, the Distinguished Alumni Centennial Award in 1965, and an honorary Doctor of Science degree in 1963. A Doctor Honoris Causa was awarded by the
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IT - Nobel Laureates william N. lipscomb Faculty member 194659 nobel Prize in chemistry, 1976 lipscombwon the nobel Prize for his research on the structure and bonding of boron http://www.itdean.umn.edu/about/awards/nobel.html
Extractions: WWW: www.chem.harvard.edu/faculty/lipscomb.html William Lipscomb was educated at the University of Kentucky (BS 1941), Harvard University (MA 1959), Calfornia Institute of Technology (PhD 1946). He was Assistant Professor to Professor of Physical Chemistry at the University of Minnesota (1946-59) and Professor of Chemistry Harvard University (1971-). Guggenheim Fellowship Oxford (1954-55) and Cambridge (1972-73). NSF Senior Fellow (1965-66). Member of the National Academy of Sciences, Fellow of American Physical Society, American Chemical Society, American Academy of Arts and Sciences, Foreign Member of the Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences. Advisory Boards: Linus Pauling Institute of Science and Medicine, Dow Chemical Company, Robert A. Welch Foundation, Daltex Medical Science, Nova Pharmaceutical Corporation, Gensia Pharmaceuticals. Honorary Degrees: DSC University of Kentucky, Long Island University, Rutgers University, Gustavus Adolphus College, Marietta College, Miami University, University of Denver, Ohio State University.
Institutet För Rymdfysik - Pressmeddelande and the Space Campus in Kiruna was visited by three nobel prizewinners RichardR. Ernst (nobel Prize in Chemistry 1991), william N. lipscomb (nobel Prize in http://www.irf.se/press/nobelvisit_011206_en.html
Extractions: Overview Topical Popular Science Data ... Search the site Fr. left: William N. Lipscomb, Richard R. Ernst och Robert Woodrow Wilson. On Thursday 6 December the Swedish Institute of Space Physics and the Space Campus in Kiruna was visited by three Nobel prize-winners: Richard R. Ernst (Nobel Prize in Chemistry 1991), William N. Lipscomb (Nobel Prize in Chemistry 1976) and Robert Woodrow Wilson (Nobel Prize in Physics 1978). As well as a tour of the campus they also had an opportunity to meet employees, students, local high school teachers and the press in the auditorium. Richard E. Ernst was born in Switzerland in 1933 and received the chemistry prize in 1991 "for his contributions to the development of the methodology of high resolution nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy". NMR is a phenomenon that was discovered in the 1940s by two research groups led respectively by Bloch and Purcell in USA (Nobel Prize 1952). Initially the phenomenon was studied solely by physicists, but later the technique came to be used by chemists (for example Ernst) to determine the structure of molecules. In the 1980s the use of magnetic resonance also became common in medicine. William N. Lipscomb was born in Cleveland, Ohio, USA, in 1919, received a doctorate from the California Institute of Technology and taught at Harvard University. Han was awarded the chemistry prize in 1976 "for his studies on the structure of boranes illuminating problems of chemical bonding". He has studied the 3-dimensional structures of enzymes and how they catalyse reactions or how they are regulated by allosteric transformations.
Premios Nobel De Química Premios nobel de Química. Año, Tema, Ganador. 1901, Hoff, Jacobus HenricusVan't. 1976, lipscomb, william N.. 1977, Prigogine, Ilya. 1978, Mitchell, PeterD. http://fai.unne.edu.ar/biologia/nobeles/nobelq~1.htm
Extractions: Tema Ganador 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
Extractions: Nobel Laureates Currently on Faculty David Baltimore , Physiology or Medicine 1975 President; Faculty Edward B. Lewis , (PhD '42) Physiology or Medicine 1995 Faculty Rudolph A. Marcus , Chemistry 1992 Faculty Ahmed H. Zewail , Chemistry 1999 Faculty Nobel Laureates, Retired Faculty and Alumni Anderson, Carl D. (BS '27, PhD '30) Physics 1936 Faculty Beadle, George W. Physiology or Medicine 1958 Faculty Delbrück, Max Physiology or Medicine 1969 Faculty Dulbecco, Renato Physiology or Medicine 1975 Former Faculty Feynman, Richard P. Physics 1965 Faculty Fowler, William A. (PhD '36) Physics 1983 Faculty Gell-Mann, Murray Physics 1969 Faculty Glaser, Donald A. (PhD '50) Physics 1960 Lipscomb, William N. (PhD '46) Chemistry 1976 Merton, Robert C. MS '67 Economics 1997 McMillan, Edwin M. (BS '28, MS '29) Chemistry 1951 Millikan, Robert A. Physics 1923 Faculty Morgan, Thomas H. Physiology or Medicine 1933 Faculty Mossbauer, Rudolf Physics 1961 Faculty Osheroff, Douglas D. (BS '67) Physics 1996
Hypho-man may recognize Doc L as william N. lipscomb* in his characteristic western tie andplaid shirt. HyphoMan is flying off with lipscomb's nobel Prize citation; on http://www.uky.edu/Projects/Chemcomics/html/hm_5_10_b.html
Extractions: ALPHABETICAL LISTING OF NOBEL PRIZE LAUREATES IN CHEMISTRY Name Year Awarded Alder, Kurt Altman, Sidney Anfinsen, Christian B. Arrhenius, Svante August ... Zsigmondy, Richard Adolf ALPHABETICAL LISTING OF NOBEL PRIZE LAUREATES IN PHYSIOLOGY AND MEDICINE Name Year Awarded Adrian, Lord Edgar Douglas Arber, Werner Axelrod, Julius Baltimore, David ... Zinkernagel, Rolf M. Source: The Nobel Prize Internet Archive
Nobel Prize Winning Chemists 1975 1977 william N. lipscomb. The nobel Prize In Chemistry 1976. williamN. lipscomb was born in Cleveland, Ohio, USA, on December 9, 1919. http://www.sanbenito.k12.tx.us/district/webpages2002/judymedrano/Nobel Winners/w
Extractions: Nobel Prize Winning Chemists William N. Lipscomb The Nobel Prize In Chemistry 1976 William N. Lipscomb was born in Cleveland, Ohio, USA, on December 9, 1919. He moved to Kentucky in 1920 and lived in Lexington through his university years. After his bachelors degree at the University of Kentucky, he entered graduate school a the California institute of Technology in 1941, at first in physics. He returned to chemistry in early 1942. The early research in borane chemistry is best summarized in his book "Boron Hydrides", although most of this and late work is in several scientific journals. Since about 1960, his research interests have also been concerned with the relationship between three-dimensional structures of enzymes and how they catalyze reactions or how they are regulated by allosteric transformations. He has received the Bausch and Lomb honorary science award, the Award for Distinguished Service for the Advancement in Inorganic Chemistry, and the Peter Debye Award in Physical Chemistry. He was awarded the Nobel Prize in Chemistry for 1976 "for his studies on the structure of boranes illuminating problems of chemical bonding". Back To Main Page
Nobel nobelWinning Chemists. Kurt Alder. Sidney Altman. Luis F. Leloir. Willard FrankLibby. william N. lipscomb. Alan G. MacDiarmid. Rudolph A. Marcus. http://www.sanbenito.k12.tx.us/district/webpages2002/judymedrano/Nobel Winners/n
Extractions: Nobel-Winning Chemists Kurt Alder Sidney Altman Christian B. Anfinsen Svante August Arrhenius ... Eduard Buchner Adolf Friedrick Johann Butenandt Melvin Calvin Thomas Robert Cech Hans von Euler-Chelpin John Warcup Cornforth Donald J. Cram Marie Curie Elias James Corey Petrus (Peter) Josephus Wilhelmus Debye Paul J. Crutzen Robert F. Curl, Jr. Johann Deisenhofer Otto Diels ... Dorothy Crowfoot Hodgkin Jacobus Henricus van't Hoff Roald Hoffman Robert Huber Jean Frederic Joliot Irene Joliot-Curie ... Back To Main Page
Pictures Of Nobel Laureates - Chemistry This is an index of photographs of the winners of the nobel Prize in Chemistry. 1975 Vladimir Prelog; 1976 - william N. lipscomb; 1977 - Ilya Prigogine; 1978 http://chemistry.about.com/library/blchemists.htm
Extractions: Index of Pictures - Nobel Laureates in Chemistry This is an index of photographs of the winners of the Nobel Prize in Chemistry. 1901 - Jacobus H. van't Hoff 1902 - Hermann Emil Fischer 1903 - Svante A. Arrhenius 1904 - Sir William Ramsay ... 1915 - Richard M. Willstätter 1916 - No Prize Awarded 1917 - No Prize Awarded 1918 - Fritz Haber 1919 - No Prize Awarded 1920 - Walther H. Nernst 1921 - Frederick Soddy 1922 - Francis W. Aston 1923 - Fritz Pregl 1924 - No Prize Awarded 1925 - Richard A. Zsigmondy 1926 - Theodor Svedberg 1927 - Heinrich O. Wieland 1928 - Adolf O. R. Windaus ... 1932 - Irving Langmuir 1933 - No Prize Awarded 1934 - Harold C. Urey
Alfred B. Nobel Prizes In Chemistry - Winners Here is the list of the nobel laureates in Chemistry Year, Laureate, Country,Research. 1976, william N. lipscomb, United States, Structure of boranes. http://chemistry.about.com/library/weekly/aa120202a.htm
Tous Les Prix Nobel De Chimie Prix nobels, Alfred nobel. A. Kurt Alder. Sydney Altman. Luis F. Leloir. JeanMarieLehn. Frank Willard Libby. william N. lipscomb. M. Edwin M. McMillan. http://membres.lycos.fr/xjarnot/Chimistes/Prix_Nobel_alphabetique.html
Extractions: P rix Nobels Alfred Nobel A Kurt Alder Sydney Altman ... Aston B Adolf Johann Friedrich Wilhelm von Baeyer Sir Derek Harold Barton ... Butenandt C Melvin Calvin Thomas Cech ... Curl D Peter Joseph William Debye Johann Deisenhofer ... Diels E Manfred Eigen Hans von Euler ... Chelpin F Emil Hermann Fischer Ernst Otto Fischer ... Fukui G William Francis Giauque Walter Gilbert ... Grignard H Fritz Haber Otto Hahn ... Huber J Frédéric Joliot-Curie Irène Joliot-Curie K Jérôme Karle Paul Karrer ... Kuhn L Irwing Langmuir Luis F. Leloir ... Lipscomb M Edwin M. McMillan Archer John Porter Martin ... Mulliken N Giulio Natta Hermann Walther Nernst ... Northrop O Lars Onsager Friedrich Wilhelm Ostwald P Linus Carl Pauling Charles J. Pedersen ... Prigogine R Sir William Ramsay Franck Sherwood Rowland ... Ruzicka S Paul Sabatier Frederik Sanger et Glenn T. Seaborg Nicolas Nicolaevitch Semenov ... Synge T Henry Taube Arne Wilhelm Kaurin Tiselius ... Todd U Harold Clayton Urey V Jacobus Henricus Van't Hoff Vincent du Vigneaud ... Virtanen W Otto Wallach Alfred Werner ... Woodward Y Yuan Lee Z Karl Ziegler Richard Zsigmondy Pour tous problèmes ou remarques, écrivez au webmaster
Prix Nobel De 1975 à 1979 Translate this page 2. Voir la notice sur le prix nobel de chimie 1938. 3. Voir la noticesur le prix nobel de chimie 1939. 1976. william N. lipscomb. http://membres.lycos.fr/xjarnot/Chimistes/Nobel_1975.html
Extractions: P rix Nobel de 1975 à 1979 John Warcup Comforth et Vladimir Prelog William N. Lipscomb llya Prigogine Peter Mitchell ... Herbert C. Brown et Georg Wittig Pour ses travaux sur la stéréochimie des réactions enzymatiques. (Sidney, 1917 - ) The Chemistry of Penicilline (2). La guerre terminée, il revient à ses premiers travaux sur la synthèse des stérols, sans abandonner sa collaboration avec Robinson, même après son entrée à l'Institut National du Medical Research Council, d'abord à Hampstead, ensuite à Mill Hill. C'est là que ses recherches se poursuivent sur le cholestérol et la biosynthèse des stérols avec deux nouveaux collaborateurs, George Popjak et Konrad Bloch. En 1962, Cornforth et Popják quittent le Medical Research Council pour co-diriger le Milsted Laboratory of Chemical Enzymology. Ils y effectueront des études sur la stéréochimie des réactions enzymatiques. Popjak parti en 1968 travailler à l'Université de Califomie, à Los Angeles, c'est Hermann Eggerer qui le remplace auprès de Comforth pour travailler sur l'"asymétrie" du groupe méthyl. En 1975, John Cornforth est nommé professeur à l'Université du Sussex, où il demeurera jusqu'à son départ en retraite.
Extractions: Published on Tuesday, January 28, 2003 by the New York Times 41 Nobel Laureates Sign Against a War Without International Support by William J. Broad Forty-one American Nobel laureates in science and economics issued a declaration yesterday opposing a preventive war against Iraq without wide international support. The statement, four sentences long, argues that an American attack would ultimately hurt the security and standing of the United States, even if it succeeds. The signers, all men, include a number who at one time or another have advised the federal government or played important roles in national security. Among them are Hans A. Bethe, an architect of the atom bomb; Walter Kohn, a former adviser to the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency at the Pentagon; Norman F. Ramsey, a Manhattan Project scientist who readied the Hiroshima bomb and later advised NATO; and Charles H. Townes, former research director of the Institute for Defense Analyses at the Pentagon and chairman of a federal panel that studied how to base the MX missile and its nuclear warheads. In addition to winning Nobel prizes, 18 of the signers have received the National Medal of Science, the nation's highest science honor.