Dorothy Crowfoot Hodgkin

University of Oxford, Oxford, United Kingdom 
Biochemistry, structural chemistry
"Dorothy Crowfoot Hodgkin"

(1910 - 1994)
The Nobel Prize in Chemistry 1964 was awarded to Dorothy Crowfoot Hodgkin "for her determinations by X-ray techniques of the structures of important biochemical substances".

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Herbert Marcus Powell grad student 1931-1932 Oxford
John Desmond Bernal grad student 1932-1934 Cambridge


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Tom Blundell grad student Oxford (Computational Biology Tree)
Vijayan Mamannamana grad student Indian Insitute of Science (Neurotree)
Ted Maslen grad student Oxford
C. Harry Carlisle grad student 1943 Oxford
Barbara W. Low grad student 1946 Oxford
Gerhard M. Schmidt grad student 1943-1948 Oxford
Michael N.G. James grad student 1966 Oxford
Edward N. Baker post-doc Oxford
Jack David Dunitz post-doc 1946-1948 Oxford
Clara Brink Shoemaker post-doc 1950-1951 Oxford
Kailasam Venkatesan post-doc 1962 Oxford (Crystallography Tree)
Louis T. J. Delbaere post-doc 1974 Oxford
Sivaraj Ramaseshan research scientist 1964-1965 Oxford (Crystallography Tree)
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