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Selman Waksman

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1952 Nobel Prize Medicine Winner Selman Waksman News

Rutgers juniors: Apply for Cap and Skull Class of 2016

RU Daily Targum
Our very own Selman Waksman, the namesake of the Waksman Institute of Microbiology, alumnus of Rutgers College, and Cap & Skull Class of 1915, coined the term antibiotics. We are the first and only campus to contribute to the national discussion on ...

1952 Nobel Prize Medicine Winner Selman Waksman News

World Soil Day: Celebrate the Many Benefits of Soil Dec. 5

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In the 1940s, Selman Waksman was credited for discovering streptomycin, among several other antibiotics, Rice said. Streptomycin was discovered from soil and served as the first effective treatment for tuberculosis. For his work, Waksman was the first ...

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Thank a White Male

American Thinker
... diphtheria, rheumatic fever, tonsillitis, syphilis, and gonorrhea. New generations of antibiotics followed, as bacteria rapidly developed resistance: among them, streptomycin in 1943 (thank Selman Waksman), tetracycline in 1955 (thank Lloyd Conover ...

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Who are New Jersey's greatest innovators? NJ Chamber has the answer

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Selman Waksman: Disease-conquering Nobel Laureate called the “Father of Antibiotics”. 2. Thomas Edison: Most prolific inventor in history. Light bulb, telegraph, motion picture camera. 1. Albert Einstein: Nobel Laureate named “The Greatest Mind of the ...

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