Nobel Medal's Auction Shines Light on Professor Who Shielded Jews
The Nobel Prize in chemistry was awarded in 1927 to Heinrich Otto Wieland, a biochemistry pioneer, for his research on the constitution of bile acids. Subsequently, he determined the chemical structure of cholesterol. After the passage of the racist ...
Nobel medal of German scientist who shielded Jews fetches $395000
The Times of Israel
Heinrich Otto Wieland was given the chemistry prize in 1927 for his work “for his investigations of the constitution of the bile acids and related substances,” according to Los Angeles auction house Nate D. Sanders, which organized the sale Thursday.
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The Nobel Prize gold medallion that German biochemist Heinrich Otto Wieland won in 1927 has been sold at auction for $395,000. And although that figure may not compare in monetary terms to the multimillion-dollar sales of James Watson's and Francis ...
1927 Nobel Prize in chemistry medal up for auction
At Nate D Sanders Auctions, the 1927 Nobel Prize in Chemistry is on the block today. It was originally awarded to German biochemist Dr Heinrich Otto Wieland and, according to Sanders, it's the first Nobel Prize in Chemistry medal to go up for auction ...