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- Who was Max DelbrÃ¼ck? Luft, Friedrich C. // Journal of Molecular Medicine;Mar2007, Vol. 85 Issue 3, p207
The author reflects on the life and works of Max DelbrÃ¼ck a German-American biophysicist and a Nobel laureate. The author reveals that DelbrÃ¼ was a son of Hans DelbrÃ¼ck a professor of history at the University of Berlin. He studied astrophysics shifting towards theoretical physics at...
- Hershey, Alfred Day (1908 - 1997). // Hutchinson Dictionary of Scientific Biography;2005, p1
U.S. biochemist who shared the Nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine in 1969 with German-born U.S. biologist Max DelbrÃ¼ck (1906 - 1981) and Italian-born U.S. physician Salvador Luria (1912 - 1991) for his work using bacteriophagesâ€”viruses that infect bacteriaâ€”to demonstrate...
- NOBEL PRIZES. // BioScience;Nov1969, Vol. 19 Issue 11, p1022
The article reports that Americans have won the Nobel Prize for the field of medicine for the fourth consecutive year. The winners were Max Delbruck, professor of biology at the California Institute of Technology, director Alfred D. Hershey of the genetics research unit at Carnegie Institution,...
- Anectdotal, historical and critical commentaries on genetics. Crow, James F.; Dove, William F.; Stahl, Franklin W. // Genetics;May98, Vol. 149 Issue 1, p1
Pays tribute to the work of genetic engineer Alfred Day Hershey. Background information on Hershey; Recognition of Hershey's accomplishments; Contribution Hershey made in his profession.
- Alfred Hershey (1908-97). Cairns, John // Nature;7/10/1997, Vol. 388 Issue 6638, p130
Eulogizes molecular biologist Alfred Hershey, who died on May 22, 1997. His pioneering work in the field in the 1940s; His winning of the Nobel Prize in 1969; Highlights of his academic career.
- Kudos: Round 2. // Time;6/12/1972, Vol. 99 Issue 24, p48
The article offers information on the achievements of several notable people. Kult Waldheim from Fordharm University is now Secretary-General of the United Nations (UN). Vernon E. Jordan Jr. from Howard University is now the executive director of the National Urban League. Alfred Day Hershey...
- Leading Biologists Who Contributed Greatly To The Field Of
Genetics. // Monkeyshines on Health & Science;Dec2000 Genetics, p41
This article presents several leading biologists who contributed greatly to the field of genetics. Seymore Benzer worked with trillions of viruses showing detailed maps of the DNA molecules that control the functioning of viruses. Scientists feel that Max Delbruck was responsible for the theory...
- A Nobel endeavour. // Nature Reviews Microbiology;Nov2010, Vol. 8 Issue 11, p755
A look back at the microbiologists who have won a Nobel Prize, and at those who have been overlooked, provides a wonderful view of the recent history of microbiology and reveals the central place of microbiology in past and current biological science.
- Double Nobel Prize-Winning Biochemist Frederick Sanger Dies at 95. Subramanian, Courtney // Time.com;11/21/2013, p1
The article presents an obituary for biochemist and Nobel Prize winner Frederick Sanger.