Cyril Hinshelwood

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University of Oxford, Oxford, United Kingdom 
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The Nobel Prize in Chemistry 1956 was awarded jointly to Sir Cyril Norman Hinshelwood and Nikolay Nikolaevich Semenov "for their researches into the mechanism of chemical reactions"

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Simon Baumberg grad student Oxford
Jean-Michel Gustave Pryce grad student Oxford
Keble Sykes grad student Oxford
John Wesley Mitchell grad student 1935 Oxford (Physics Tree)
Carl A. Winkler grad student 1936 Oxford
Clement John Danby grad student 1939 Oxford
Peter Caldwell grad student 1945-1950 Oxford (Neurotree)
Keith U. Ingold grad student 1951 Oxford
Sydney Brenner grad student 1952-1954 Oxford
Fraser W. Birss grad student 1956 Oxford
Keith James Laidler post-doc 1955-1956 Oxford
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Cooper AL, Dean AC, Hinshelwood C. (1970) Morphological changes in growing colonies of Aerobacter (Klebsiella) aerogenes. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological Sciences. 175: 95-105
Cooper AL, Dean AC, Hinshelwood C. (1968) Factors affecting the growth of bacterial colonies on agar plates. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological Sciences. 171: 175-99
Dean AC, Hinshelwood C. (1967) Kinetics of cell growth in conditions of phage infection, substrate imbalance and synchronization. Nature. 214: 1081-4
Dean AC, Hinshelwood C. (1965) Cell division. Nature. 206: 546-53
DEAN AC, HINSHELWOOD C. (1964) WHAT IS HEREDITY? Nature. 202: 1046-52
GRANT DJ, HINSHELWOOD C. (1964) STUDIES OF THE ENZYME ACTIVITY OF BACT. LACTIS AEROGENES. (AEROBACTER AEROGENES). II. THE EFFECTS OF VARIOUS ADAPTATIONS ON THE ENZYME BALANCE. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological Sciences. 160: 42-68
GRANT DJ, HINSHELWOOD C. (1964) STUDIES OF THE ENZYME ACTIVITY OF BACT. LACTIS AEROGENES. (AEROBACTER AEROGENES). I. THE EFFECTS OF CELLULAR DISRUPTION ON THE ACTIVITIES OF SOME TYPICAL ENZYMES. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological Sciences. 160: 25-41
DEAN AC, HINSHELWOOD C. (1964) SOME BASIC ASPECTS OF CELL REGULATION. Nature. 201: 232-9
DEAN AC, HINSHELWOOD C. (1963) INTEGRATION OF CELL REACTIONS. Nature. 199: 7-11
RICHARDS N, HINSHELWOOD C. (1962) Gradual stabilization of adaptive beta-galactosidase in Bact. lactis aerogenes. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological Sciences. 156: 20-40
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