Who Won the 1912
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1911 Nobel Prize Chemistry Winner
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Explainer: What are endocrine disruptors?
Science News for Students
DDT (short for dichlorodiphenyltrichloroethane) This toxic chemical was for a time widely used as an insect-killing agent. It proved so effective that Swiss chemist Paul Müller received the 1948 Nobel Prize (for physiology or medicine) just eight years ...

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Pauling's Nobel Prizes reside at Oregon State University
Corvallis Gazette Times
As the only person to win two unshared Nobel Prizes, Linus Carl Pauling is widely considered Oregon State University's most heralded undergraduate alum. Pauling won the Nobel Prize for chemistry in 1954, and the Nobel Peace Prize in 1962. But if you ...

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The discovery of Buckyballs
Chemistry World (blog)
Eleven years later, in 1996, the three were awarded the Nobel prize for chemistry. Indeed, a Nobel prize may have been some consolation to Smalley and Curl, who were initially reluctant to delay their research on silicon and germanium semiconductors to ...

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The worldwide chemist
Chemistry World
Previous foreign secretaries (going back to 1723) have included Joseph Lister, father of antiseptic surgery, and Cyril Hinshelwood, winner of the 1956 Nobel prize in chemistry. Poliakoff is admirably placed for the role. Not only with his Russian ...

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