William F. Giauque -- Nobel Prize for Low-Temperature Research
- He Works at 459 Below. Silverman, Milton // Saturday Evening Post;12/10/1949, Vol. 222 Issue 24, p38
The article profiles Dr. William Francis Giauque of California who won the 1949 Nobel Prize Award for chemistry. Giauque has spent his lifetime in producing temperatures that approach absolute zero. He worked in the supercold regions while conducting his studies. He projected a new method of...
- Herschback, Lee and Polanyi receive 1986 Chemistry Nobel. Andersen, Per H. // Physics Today;Mar87, Vol. 40 Issue 3, p17
Presents the recipients of the 1986 Nobel Prize for Chemistry. INSET: Galaxies near the confusion limit.
- Structured approach bags chemistry prize. Adam, David // Nature;10/17/2002, Vol. 419 Issue 6908, p659
Focuses on the winners of the 2003 Nobel Prize in Chemistry. Statement that half of the prize has been awarded to Kurt WÃ¼thrich for finding ways to determine the three-dimensional structures of large biological molecules using nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy; Invention of...
- INTERNATIONAL PRIZES AND GRANTS IN THE SCIENCE AND EDUCATION SPHERE. // Socrates Almanac;2014/2015, Vol. 3, p54
The article offers information on several international prizes and grants in the field of science and education. The winners of Nobel Prize in Physics 2013 and Nobel Prize in Chemistry 2013, with details on their affiliation at the time of the award and their prize motivation, are offered. The...
- No belles at the Nobel ball. Brooks, Michael // New Statesman;12/12/2011, Vol. 140 Issue 5083, p13
The article discusses the dearth of women among Nobel Prize winners. Just four out of the 160 people who have won the Nobel Prize in Chemistry since 1901 are women. A survey among women members of the American Chemical Society found that many had been discouraged from entertaining science as a...
- Shimadzu Scientist Receives Nobel Prize in Chemistry. // Drug Discovery & Development;Dec2002, Vol. 5 Issue 11, p21
Reports on the Nobel Prize in Chemistry awarded to Koichi Tanaka of Kyoto, Japan-based, Shimadzu Corp. Tanaka's experiment on mass spectrometry; Other awardees for the category.
- Chemical exchange captures Nobel. Ball, Philip // Nature;10/13/2005, Vol. 437 Issue 7061, p938
Reports on the grant of the Nobel Prize in Chemistry to the three researchers who pioneered the understanding and use of a very general class of reactions that aide the construction of carbon-based molecules. Recipients of the awards; Criteria selection of the award; Availability of the improved...
- About Nobel Prizes, Again. Zolotov, Yu. A. // Journal of Analytical Chemistry;May2005, Vol. 60 Issue 5, p395
Focuses on several of the Nobel Prizes which were awarded to scientists working in the fields from ancillary to biology or to full-fledged physiologists and medical workers. Names of nonchemists who won the Nobel Prizes in Chemistry; Laureates who won Nobel Prizes for research in chemical...
- Ultimate Vindication. T. G. // ASEE Prism;Nov2011, Vol. 21 Issue 3, p17
The article announces that Dan Shechtman has received the 2011 Nobel Prize for Chemistry for his discovery of quasi crystals in 1982.