Who Won the 2001
Nobel Prize Chemistry

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Judaism is not a major player in the history of humankind

Haaretz
Similarly, it is hard to see anything particularly Jewish about the invention of the process for synthesizing ammonia by Fritz Haber (Nobel Prize for Chemistry, 1918); about the discovery of the antibiotic streptomycin by Selman Waksman (Nobel Prize ...

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UNC system honors Nobel winner Sancar

Durham Herald Sun
Sancar was one of three professors who shared the 2015 Nobel Prize in chemistry. The trio – which included Duke University biochemist Paul Modrich – were honored for their independent work in deciphering the ways the DNA molecule repairs itself.

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Neuroscientist named dean of David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA

UCLA Newsroom
She completed postdoctoral training in neurobiology at Columbia University, working in the lab of Dr. Eric Kandel, who won a Nobel Prize for his work on memory formation — the field that became the focus of Martin's research. At UCLA, Martin is a ...

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From suffering, adversity, to the Nobel Prize

San Diego Jewish World
At least 47 Nobel laureates in the United States, and 27 more in Britain, were Jews who had fled anti-Semitism in Europe. Fritz Haber (Chemistry, 1918) protested against the new laws. In his letter of resignation from his position as Director of the ...

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