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Banquet speech

Barbara McClintock’s speech at the Nobel Banquet, December 10, 1983 Your Majesties, Your Royal Highnesses, Ladies and Gentlemen I am delighted to be here, and charmed by the warmth of the Swedish people. And I wish to thank them for their many courtesies. I understand I am here this evening because the maize plant, with…

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Biographical

In the fall of 1921 I attended the only course in genetics open to undergraduate students at Cornell University. It was conducted by C. B. Hutchison, then a professor in the Department of Plant Breeding, College of Agriculture, who soon left Cornell to become Chancellor of the University of California at Davis, California. Relatively few…

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Article

In Memoriam – Barbara McClintock by Howard Green To paraphrase George Orwell, every person is unique, but some are more unique than others. There has never been anyone like Barbara McClintock in this world, nor ever will be. She was not simply a representative of a type. Some have considered her as an eccentric, others…

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Interview

Interview with George P. Smith on 6 December 2018 during the Nobel Week in Stockholm, Sweden. I’m George Smith and I’m one of the recipients of the Chemistry Prize in 2018. Where do you get your passion for science? George P. Smith: Originally I would say that I had a passion for nature, especially animals.…

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Monthly August 2020 The right answer is . He made fundamental work in electron optics and built the first electron microscope with the magnification factor of 12,000. was awarded the Nobel Prize in Chemistry 1991 “for his contributions to the development of the methodology of high resolution nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy”. was awarded the…

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