Biographical files of honorary members, 1964-ongoing.


Biographical files of honorary members, 1964-ongoing.

Each member's file varies. Some contain photographs, letters, personal dossiers, speeches, membership records. Biographical materials exist (through 1996) for the following honorary members of the Chilean Academy of Sciences: Alejandro Lipschütz (Lithuania), Severo Ochoa (United States), Luis F. Leloir (Argentina), Choh Hao Li (United States), Venancio Deulofeu (Argentina), Crodovaldo Pavan (Brasil), Carlos Chagas (Brasil), Ilya Prigogine (Belgium), Antonio González (Spain), Peter Raven (United States), Sir John Kendrew (England), Jacques Louis Lions (France), Tulio Regge (Italy), Patrick Suppes (United States), and Federico Mayor (Spain).

15 files.


SNAC Resource ID: 8278223

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Lipschütz, Alejandro, 1883-1980 (person)

Kendrew, John C. (John Cowdery), 1917- (person)

Pavan, C. (person)

Deulofeu, Venancio, 1902- (person)

Prigogine, I. (Ilya) (person)

Belgian chemist and physicist who initiated the application of thermodynamics to irreversible processes; recipient of Nobel Prize for Chemistry in 1977 for work in thermodynamics. From the description of Papers, 1977-1980. (Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center (HRC); University of Texas at Austin). WorldCat record id: 122365913 ...

Martín González, Antonio, Dr. (person)

Suppes, Patrick, 1922-.... (person)

Academia Chilena de Ciencias (corporateBody)

The Chilean Academy of Sciences (Academia Chilena de Ciencias) is a constituent academy of the Institute of Chile (Instituto de Chile), which was founded in 1964. The Institute promotes cultural, humanistic and scientific studies. Other divisions include: Chilean Academy of Language, Chilean Academy of History, Chilean Academy of Social, Political and Moral Sciences, Chilean Academy of Medicine, and Chilean Academy of Fine Arts. Publishes: Anales. From the description of Biographical...

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Leloir, Luis F. (person)

Lions, Jacques Louis (person)

Li, Choh Hao (person)

Biographical Statement Summary Born April 21, 1913 in Canton China, Choh Hao Li received a B.S. (Chemistry) from the University of Nanking and taught there for two years before coming to U.C. Berkeley in 1935. After receiving his Ph.D. in Physio-organic Chemistry from Berkeley in 1938 he went to work as a Research Assistant in Herbert McLean Evan's Experimental Biology Laboratory advancing to lecturer ...