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Selman Waksman

1951 Nobel Prize Medicine Winner
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1952 Nobel Prize Medicine Winner Selman Waksman News

LETTERS Foie gras, soil, Senate seniority, judges' pensions

Sacramento Bee
Selman Waksman, a soil microbiologist at Rutgers University, received the Nobel Prize in physiology or medicine in 1952 for his isolation of antibiotics from soil. Note the use of the word “soil,” not “dirt.” Waksman first isolated actinomycin in 1940 ...

1952 Nobel Prize Medicine Winner Selman Waksman News

The Patent Office Clarifies The Ban On Patenting Naturally-Derived Drugs And ...

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Classic examples include Louis Pasteur's patent for a pure yeast culture, Jokichi Takamine's patent for adrenaline, and Selman Waksman's numerous patents for natural antibiotics such as streptomycin. However, last year the U.S. Supreme Court banned the ...

1952 Nobel Prize Medicine Winner Selman Waksman News

The Patent Office clarifies the ban on patenting naturally-derived drugs and ...

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Classic examples include Louis Pasteur's patent for a pure yeast culture, Jokichi Takamine's patent for adrenaline, and Selman Waksman's numerous patents for natural antibiotics such as streptomycin. However, last year the U.S. Supreme Court banned the ...

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 ...

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