Dorothy Hodgkin

NOUN
  1. English chemist (born in Egypt) who used crystallography to study the structure of organic compounds (1910-1994)
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  • Many have become household names, such as the brilliant crystallographer Dorothy Hodgkin, who famously won a Nobel prize in 1964, and whose whirling portrait by Maggi Hambling 1985 now hangs in the National Portrait Gallery. The Royal Society's lost women scientists
  • Her tutor at Oxford was Nobel prize-winning crystallographer Dorothy Hodgkin. World Leaders Should Understand Science
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