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Kendrew

Sir John Cowdery. 1917--97, British biochemist. Using X-ray diffraction he discovered the structure of myoglobin, for which he shared a Nobel Prize (1962) with Max Perutz
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Manufacturers Team: 1st NMC Copley Beta A (Ian Austermuhle, Guy Kendrew, Richard Sadler) 230, 2nd NMC Copley B (Iwan Roberts, Jack Spencer, James Stones) 293, 3rd JST Gas Gas (Jonathan Richardson, Sam Haslam, Dan Thorpe) 313.
Reed's redating is based on a comparison with another Kendrew chapbook, The Death and Burial of Cock Robin, and the arguments of R.
Meanwhile, British house-healer Sandra Kendrew has suggested that Mr Cowell's London home could be suffering from 'electromagnetic stresses due to the constant steam of emails.
After a couple of second places, Richard Sadler (Richmond) took maximum points in the championship with an eight-mark win from overnight leader Guy Kendrew (Middlesbrough), who pushed Tom Sagar (Newtown) into third spot.
Megaw enlisted the aid of such notable scientists, and future Nobel Prize winners, as John Kendrew and Dorothy Hodgkin.
Brandeis 55, WPI 46: The Engineers led early in the second half, but junior guard Morgan Kendrew, who scored a team-high 18 points, keyed Brandeis down the stretch in the opener for both teams.
The world rankings were looked at and even with a win Ross probably wasn't going to get in," said management spokesman Matt Kendrew.
Impact managing director Terry Kendrew described the appointment as "a perfect blend" of two cultures: "Just like Nissan, Impact has always believed in a completely local relationship with its users.
As a freshman last year at California's Dana Hills High School, he came across the antiwar poem "The Box" by Kendrew Lascelles and it resonated with him.
Con el metodo de Robertson, Sir John Kendrew (1917-1997), primer alumno de doctorado de Perutz, determino la estructura tridimensional de la mioglobina (5,6).