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Perutz

Max Ferdinand. 1914--2002, British biochemist, born in Austria. With J. C. Kendrew, he worked on the structure of haemoglobin and shared the Nobel prize for chemistry 1962
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The Max Perutz Award asks MRC-funded PhD students to write up to 800 words about their research and why it matters, in a way that would interest a non-scientific audience.
Anticipating the complex conspiracy tales that would start to flood shelves in the 1980s, Perutz undertook a lot of research to arrive at a semicredible mixture of arcane historical tidbits and esoteric scientific explanations.
Perutz Laboratories, Medical University of Vienna, Department of Medical Biochemistry, Dr.
The pace of such work has definitely speeded up over the years, from the time when it took Max Perutz 30 years to work out the structure of hemoglobin, a protein with a quaternary structure (Ferry, 2007).
A pesar de las palabras de Max Perutz (25), el traspaso de las ideas fisicas de Schrodinger al ambito de la biologia fue rapido.
Some of them also write and publish poetry, like Susanne Ayoub, who sets her crime novels in the early twentieth century; some write theater plays or are actresses, like Nora Miedler, whose first crime novel won the Viennese Leo Perutz Prize, and whose crime settings call to mind an intimate theater set.
Max Perutz working at Cambridge University, England, is able to unravel the structure of hemoglobin, the protein within red blood cells that carries oxygen.
What a time I am having; selected letters of Max Perutz.