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Google honors Dorothy Hodgkin's X-ray vision

Christian Science Monitor - 11 May 2014
In her acceptance speech for the 1964 Nobel Prize in Chemistry, Dorothy Hodgkin quoted a children's book by the eminent British scientist Sir William Henry Bragg: Skip to next paragraph. Related stories ...
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Nobel in chemistry includes former Berkeley chemical engineer

The Mercury News - 03 Oct 2018
British scientist Dorothy Hodgkin was the next winner, in 1964. After a 45-year gap, Israel's Ada Yonath was one of three winners in 2009. On Tuesday, Canadian Donna Strickland became the third female physics laureate and the first in 55 years. Curie ...
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How Radical Scientists of the 70s Combined Science and Politics

NewsClick - 10 Oct 2018
The renowned biochemist, a prominent anti-war activist and a Chemistry Nobel winner, Dorothy Hodgkin was appointed the honorary president of the Oxford SSRS. Dorothy Hodgkin also established the first women in science group in UK. The Cambridge ...
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Obituary: Malcolm Davies

Greenwich Sentinel - 06 Oct 2018
Educated at Frome Grammar School, he obtained a scholarship to Hertford College, Oxford, where he studied chemistry, worked with Dorothy Hodgkin, Nobel laureate, and gained a Masters degree in materials science. After working in advanced ceramics for ...
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All about the Nobel Prizes & laureates

The Hindu - 15 Oct 2018
B. Dorothy Crowfoot Hodgkin. C. Lise Meitner. 3. A conjecture posed by this famous mathematician, theoretical physicist, engineer, and philosopher of science was solved only in 2010. But the polymath was not awarded the Physics Nobel. Who is he?
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Osteoporosis drug may find use in cancer therapy

Down To Earth Magazine - 08 Oct 2018
Before her Ada E Yonath in 2009, Dorothy Crowfoot Hodgkin in 1964, Irene Curie in 1935 and Marie Curie in 1911 had bagged this Nobel Prize. This is the first time in the history of Nobel Prizes that women have won both the physics and chemistry prizes.
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Women winners of scientific Nobels throughout history

New Vision - 03 Oct 2018
1964 - Dorothy Crowfoot Hodgkin 2009 - Ada Yonath 2018 - Frances Arnold - Medicine - 1947 - Gerty Cori 1977 - Rosalyn Yalow 1983 - Barbara McClintock 1986 - Rita Levi-Montalcini 1988 - Gertrude Elion 1995 - Christiane Nuesslein-Volhard 2004 - Linda ...
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A List Of Women Who Have Won Scientific Nobels Throughout History

Guardian (blog) - 04 Oct 2018
1964 – Dorothy Crowfoot Hodgkin- “Advanced the technique of X-ray crystallography, a method used to determine the three-dimensional structures of crystals such as cholesterol, penicillin and vitamin B12”. 2009 – Ada Yonath- Cryo bio-crystallography.
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Nobelprijs voor het temmen van de evolutie

Trouw - 03 Oct 2018
Arnold is de vijfde vrouw die de chemieprijs krijgt, na Marie Curie (1911) en haar dochter Irène (1935), Dorothy Hodgkin (1964) en Ada Yonath (2009). Lees verder na de advertentie. Enzymen zijn de werkpaarden van het leven. Ze sturen biologische ...
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Vote for the most influential woman of the last century

Royal Society of Chemistry - 06 Feb 2018
"Dorothy Hodgkin is best known for development of protein crystallography; for confirming the structure of penicillin and vitamin B12, and in 1969 for determining the structure of insulin. Dorothy Hodgkin was a Fellow of the Royal Society and a ...
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What did Dorothy Hodgkin contribute to chemistry? - 11 May 2016
English biochemist Dorothy Hodgkin was born in Cairo, where her archaeologist parents were working. She won the 1964 Nobel Prize for Chemistry – the third woman to do so – for pioneering protein crystallography, a technique that uses X-rays to ...
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Five amazing female scientists you've probably never heard of

The Guardian - 25 Jul 2018
The only British woman to have won a Nobel prize for science, Dorothy Crowfoot Hodgkin was among the first to use X-ray crystallography to reveal the structure of antibiotics, vitamins and proteins such as cholesterol, penicillin, Vitamin B12 and insulin.

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