Aimé Argand
François Pierre Ami Argand (5 July 1750 – 24 October 1803[1]) was a Genevan physicist and chemist. He invented the Argand lamp, a great improvement on the traditional oil lamp.[2] Francois Pierre Ami Argand was born in Geneva, Switzerland, the ninth of ten children. His father was a watchmaker, who intended for him to enter the clergy. However, he had an aptitude more for science, and beca
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Alexander Gaskov
Professor Alexander Gaskov, our dear colleague, friend and teacher, passed away on 18 January 2021, from COVID-19. He was a brilliant scientist in the area of chemistry of semiconductor materials for physical and chemical sensors. He spent his entire research career, which began in 1966, in the Division of Inorganic Chemistry of the Department of Chemistry, Moscow State University. During all hi
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Armando J. Parodi
Armando J. Parodi (born March 16, 1942) is an Argentinean glycobiologist. He did his initial education at the School of Sciences of the University of Buenos Aires. His PhD work was done under Luis Federico Leloir, a recipient of the Nobel Prize in Chemistry for his work involving the finding of sugar nucleotides and how they play a role in the making of oligosaccharides and polysaccharides. He a
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Austin James Barnes
Austin James Barnes was born in Blackpool on 2 June 1945. He went to Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge, in 1963 and obtained his BA degree in 1966. He then moved to the University College of Swansea, where he was awarded his PhD degree in 1969 for research on the infrared spectra of matrix-isolated species under the supervision of the late Harry Hallam. After a period of postdoctoral researc
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Eui-Hyeok Yang
Dr. EH Yang is a Professor in the Mechanical Engineering Department at Stevens Institute of Technology. The first to receive a MEMS Ph.D. in his native South Korea, he joined Stevens in 2006 following tenure as a senior member of the engineering staff at NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory, where he was awarded, among other honors, the Lew Allen Award for Excellence for developing MEMS-based actuator
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Giovanni N. Roviello
Dr. Giovanni Roviello graduated with honors in chemistry from Federico II University (2002, Naples, Italy) and received his PhD in Biotechnology from the same university in 2006. He works as a senior researcher at the Institute of Biostructure and Bioimaging (IBB) of the Italian National Council for Research (CNR) in Naples, Italy. He was a visiting researcher in Germany (Institute of Molecular Bi
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Gottfried Heinisch
On 19 September 2019, the Pharmaceutical Science community in Austria lost a distinguished luminary, O. Univ.-Prof.i.R. Dr. Dr.h.c. Mag. pharm. Gottfried Heinisch, at the age of eighty after a long, severe illness. Born in 1938 to a Lower-Austrian Pharmacist’s family, Gottfried Heinisch studied pharmaceutical sciences at the University of Vienna, initially with the perspective of becoming a P
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Greg Winter
Sir Gregory Paul Winter CBE FRS FMedSci (born 14 April 1951)[1][2] is a Nobel Prize-winning British biochemist best known for his work on the therapeutic use of monoclonal antibodies. His research career has been based almost entirely at the MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology and the MRC Centre for Protein Engineering, in Cambridge, England. He is credited with invented techniques to both human
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Jack H. Freed
Jack H. Freed (born April 19, 1938) is an American chemist known for his pioneering work in electron paramagnetic resonance (aka electron spin resonance) spectroscopy. He is the Frank and Robert Laughlin Professor of Physical Chemistry, Emeritus, at Cornell University in Ithaca, New York. Jack Freed was born in New York City. He received his bachelor's degree in chemical engineering in 1958 f
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