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Dorothy Crowfoot Hodgkin

1963 Nobel Prize Chemistry Winner
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1964 Nobel Prize Chemistry Winner Dorothy Crowfoot Hodgkin News

Q&A: Professor promotes science, technology studies for women

The Daily News Journal
Dorothy Crowfoot Hodgkin advanced the field of X-ray crystallography, which enabled scientists to understand the structure and thus functions of biomolecules. Windshield wipers, disposable diapers, Wite-Out and Scotchgard were all invented by women.

1964 Nobel Prize Chemistry Winner Dorothy Crowfoot Hodgkin News

'We Could Not Fail,' and More

New York Times
... an African-American doctor, helped develop chemotherapy. Emmy Noether helped invent abstract algebra and create the equations to support Einstein's general theory of relativity. Dorothy Crowfoot Hodgkin worked out the crystal structure of vitamin B12.

1964 Nobel Prize Chemistry Winner Dorothy Crowfoot Hodgkin News

Good riddance, women's month

The Washtenaw Voice
The Student Center is once again buzzing with talk about the popular pretties instead of those historically significant female figures like Juliette Gordon Low and Dorothy Mary Crowfoot Hodgkin, whoever they were. Thank goodness. WCC is looking ahead, ...

1964 Nobel Prize Chemistry Winner Dorothy Crowfoot Hodgkin News

Auguste Rodin sculptures at Michener Museum highlight his innovations

Allentown Morning Call
In "The Hands of Dorothy Crowfoot Hodgkin," Moore ruthlessly depicts the distorted, arthritic hands of Hodgkin, a British biochemist who was awarded the Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 1964. Comparison to Rodin's bronze "Large Clenched Left Hand" is ...

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