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Dorothy Crowfoot Hodgkin

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Dorothy Crowfoot Hodgkin SHE WAS BORN May 12, 1910 AT Cairo, Egypt SHE DIE SHIPston-on-Stour, England, July 29, 1994 SHE HER FIELD OF EXPERTISE WAS "a great chemist, a saintly, gentle and tolerant lover of people, and a devoted protagonist of peace." SHE STUDY AT Ministry of Education Apart from the Nobel Prize, she was a recipient of the Order of Merit, a recipient of the Copley Medal, a Fellow of the Royal Society, The Lenin Peace Prize, and was Chancellor of Bristol University from 1970 to 1988. Council offices in the London Borough of Hackney and a Bristol University building are named after her.
Nobel Prize in Chemistry
SHE INVENT technique of X-ray crystallography let fucknow
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