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1933 Nobel Prize Chemistry Winner
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1934 Nobel Prize Chemistry Winner Harold Clayton Urey News

Theodore 'Dutch' Van Kirk, navigator on Enola Gay, dies at 93
Los Angeles Times
As a civilian, he received a degree in chemical engineering from Bucknell University in Pennsylvania and spent 35 years working for DuPont. He lived in various spots around the U.S., including the Love Canal area near Niagara Falls, according to his ...

1934 Nobel Prize Chemistry Winner Harold Clayton Urey News

An empowering alternative to Barbie
Stuff.co.nz
The line's first series of dolls focus on the areas of science, technology, engineering and maths ("because those fields are in dire need of more women," say Hobbs and Eaves), including such icons as Nobel Prize-winning chemist Marie Curie, 19th ...

1934 Nobel Prize Chemistry Winner Harold Clayton Urey News

Toward a greener chemistry
The Globe and Mail
Dr. Noyori went on to win the Nobel Prize in chemistry a few years later, in 2001. And Dr. Jessop, now a professor at Queen's University in Kingston, went on to discover many useful applications, for both the economy and the environment, of this ...

1934 Nobel Prize Chemistry Winner Harold Clayton Urey News

Poor, restive French town once housed Nobel prize creator
MENAFN.COM
In 1890, the bachelor millionaire left Sevran and died in Italy five years later, bequeathing his fortune to the creation of the now famous prizes for medicine, physics, chemistry, literature and peace. Albert Einstein, whose theory of relativity laid ...

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