VICTOR HUGO BENIOFF - National Academy of Sciences

Benioff was drawn to science at an early age, expressing a career interest in astronomy as a boy of fourteen. He attended public schools in Los Angeles and Long ...

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Benioff was drawn to science at an early age, expressing a career interest in astronomy as a boy of fourteen. He attended public schools in Los Angeles and Long ...

In composing this memoir for Bessel Kok I shall use freely the thoughts of collaborators, family, and friends, which are recognized only partially in the ...

The Bing-Nagata-Smirnov metrization theo- rem is a fundamental result in general topology that pro- vides a characterization of which topological spaces are.

ELSO STERRENBERG BARGHOORN JR. 1915–1984. A Biographical Memoir by. LYNN MARGULIS AND ANDREW H. KNOLL. Any opinions expressed in this memoir are those of ...

OSWALD VEBLEN, geometer and mathematical statesman, spanned in his career the full range of twentieth-century Mathematics in the United States; ...

He also studied privately under the celebrated mathematician Rózsa Péter, founder of recursive function theory and author of the elegant Playing with ...

Carl Edward Sagan was a founder of the modern disci- plines of planetary science and exobiology (which studies the potential habitability of extraterrestrial.

and Gerald F. Joyce ... Leslie Eleazer Orgel was a theoretical chemist and inves- ... Robert Mullikan at the University of Chicago.

Godel, in the Bibliography), under the name of the adjacent author. 135. Page 4. 136. BIOGRAPHICAL MEMOIRS matics, which ...

TIBOR FARKAS. 1929–2003. A Biographical Memoir by. ISTVAN CSENGERI AND JOHN E. HALVER. Any opinions expressed in this memoir are those of the author.

Published in Nature in 1984, the paper of Mandelbrot, Passoja, and. Alvin Paullay8 introduced the idea of fractal dimension as a measure of roughness, a theme ...

Egon Orowan (Orován Egon in Hungarian) was born in. Obuda, a part of Budapest (R.1.)1 His father, Berthold. Prepared as a Biographical Memoir for the Royal ...

Leo was related through his mother, Freda. Wiener, to Leon Lichtenstein, a well-known German math- ematician, as first cousin. Norbert later met Lichtenstein in ...

DANIEL S. LEHRMAN. 1919—1972. A Biographical Memoir by. JAY S. ROSENBLATT. Any opinions expressed in this memoir are those of the author(s).

clifford Geertz was arguably the most influential american cultural anthropologist of the second half of the 20th century. he was an heir to a research ...

EDWARD CALVIN KENDALL isolated thyroxine from the thyroid gland; he and associates crystallized ... dren were born—Hugh, Roy, Norman, and Elizabeth.

national academy of sciences. Wolfgang Kurt Hermann PanofsKy. 1919–2007. A Biographical Memoir by. By sidney d. drell and george H. trilling.

Thomas Eisner, the Jacob Gould Schurman Professor ... Other odd anatomical features that yielded their secrets to Tom included the long stalks.

ALEXANDER FORBES was born in Milton, Massachusetts, and died at the age of eighty-three in ... which was a floating machine shop of some 20,000 tons, and.

the United States, Roderick K. “Rod” Clayton made seminal ... In 1988 Rod attended the Gordon Research Conference on Physical Aspects of Photo-.

[8] Montgomery, D., and L. Zippen. 1955. Topological transformation groups. New York: Wiley. (Interscience). [9] Waldhausen, F. 1969. Über ...

Briggs developed with Thomas J. King a technique to transplant living frog nuclei from embryonic cells into an oocyte whose own nucleus had been removed.

d. in biochemistry. it was at this point that his experience in organic chemistry paid special dividends. Hans neurath at duke university needed.

William Crowell Bray was born September 2, 1879, at Wing- ham, Ontario, Canada, of good English stock. His grand- father, William Bray, born in Portsmouth ...

Elmer Ambrose Sperry, inventor and pioneer in the field of applied electricity, was born to Stephen Decatur Sperry and his wife Mary Burst in Cortland, ...

Kennedy. The dietary factors operating in the production of polyneuritis. J. Biol. Chem., 24:491-502. With N.

Our colleague, Benjamin Osgood Peirce, who died in Cam- ... Benjamin Osgood 1st, the father of our friend. ... It was a rock of safety for some of.

THOMAS GORDON THOMPSON was the first American chemist to devote his major efforts to investigating the chemistry of sea water.

WILLIAM DAVID COOLIDGE. October 23, 1873-February 3, 1975. BY C. G. SUITS. TUNGSTEN, X-RAYS, AND COOLIDGE form a trinity that has.

hE LIVED LARGE IN ALL DIMENSIONS.” that is how leon lederman began his eulogy of david n. schramm at a memorial service held in aspen, colorado, ...

Kennelly, Transactions of the. American Institute of Electrical Engineers, May, 1901, Vol. 18, pp. 219-230. A complete manual of the Edison phonograph. By ...

Norman Metzger (through November 4, 1995); ... Balazs. Materials Science and. Engineering Department. 848 Benedum Hall. University of Pittsburgh.

EGER v. MURPHREE was a pioneer in the introduction of the newly developing chemical engineering science into in- dustry and he was an intellectual and ...

June 17, 1894, and John Spangler Nicholas, their only child, ... Benjamin H. Willier, Paul A. Weiss, and Viktor Hamburger, pp. 674-98.

Hans JÀnos Kende. 1937-2006. A Biographical Memoir by. Jan a.d. Zeevaart and maarten J. cHrispeels. Any opinions expressed in this memoir are those of the ...

FERDINAND V. HAYDEN. acquaintance enthusiastic, that experienced geologist proposed to furnish the means for exploration, provided he should have the.

National Academy of Sciences. HERBERT SPENCER GASSER. 1888—1963. A Biographical Memoir by. MERRILL W. CHASE AND CARLTON C. HUNT. Biographical Memoir.

OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. BIOGRAPHICAL MEMOIRS. VOLUME XVI SEVENTH MEMOIK. BIOGRAPHICAL MEMOIR. OF. THOMAS CORWIN MENDENHALL. 1841-1924.

a critical decision, both for Hudson and for carbohydrate chemistry. ... in association with Raymond M. Hann, Nelson K. Richtmyer, and.

and physics, I was often the sole member of the class so that my training in general was by practical tutoring. Professor Smith tutored me in quater-.

tHOMAS H. WELLER WAS A PHYSICIAN who devoted his life to ... I AM GRATEFUL TO JOSEPH WANER, JAMES MAGUIRE, AND PETER WELLER for their.

Victor Hugo. Les Miserables. Chapter I. M. Myriel. In 1815, M. Charles-Francois-Bienvenu Myriel was Bishop of D---- He was an old man of about.

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