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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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That is how Perutz finally managed to solve the problem of hemoglobin's structure.
25) Max Perutz llego a decir respecto a la obra de Schrodinger ?
Max Perutz earned the 1962 Nobel Prize in Chemistry for his work in the molecular structure of hemoglobin.
Por otro lado, en ningun momento Felicissimo comparte el preconcepto de los habitantes de Porto do Cachoeiro que, posteriormente, iran a despreciar a la pobre Maria Perutz.
Vale en algo que lo que cuente Perutz sea o no sea seguro?
Perutz tiene de la ciencia y de la tecnologia, no en el sentido epistemologico, sino respecto de como entiende el las grandes posibilidades que ambas actividades ofrecen al ser humano para enfrentar de una manera mas lucida y eficaz la resolucion y entendimiento de los principales problemas que le aquejan, como la alimentacion, la salud, la produccion de electricidad, la comunicacion, entre otros.
Nobel Prize winner Max Perutz, whose eventful life has just drawn to an end, is best known as a brilliant scientist.
CARA was set up in 1933 and has helped winner of the 1962 Nobel Prize for Chemistry Max Perutz, the 1967 physics prizewinner Hans Bethe and holography inventor Denis Gabor.
Protein crystal analysis using x-ray diffraction first gained widespread attention in 1962 when John Kendrew and Max Perutz won the Nobel Prize.
Thus, one does not yet see practical answers to such questions as how we can sustain a global economy of egalitarian abundance (assuming we can achieve it) unless we provide ourselves with some new, inexpensive and virtually inexhaustible, energy supplies -- inasmuch as fossil fuel supplies (on which the developed world is now almost entirely dependent) will be finished, for good, in the next few hundred years (see Kerr 1998; Perutz 1989; Stan, Seal, and Alpert 1992; Asimov 1979:315; Criswell 1985:52, 60-75; Jones and Finney 1985:91; Brown 1996:15).