Calvin, Melvin( Nobel Prize (Chemistry), academician of International Academy of creativity.)
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Biography Calvin, Melvin
Born April 8, 1911 in g. Saint-Paul, Minnesota. Father - Elias Calvin. Mother - Rose Kalya (nee Gervitts).
In 1931 he received a bachelor's degree Chemistry, ending Michigan's College of Mines and Technology. In 1935 the University of Minnesota received a Ph.D. (Chemistry). Subsequently passed postdoktoralnoe training at Manchester University in England. Professor Calvin specialist in the field of physical organic chemistry
. Teaching: Department of Chemistry University of California at Berkeley: Instructor (1935.1940 yy), . Assistant (1941-1947 yy), . Associate Professor (1945-1947 yy), . Professor (1947-1971 gg.), . University Professor (1971-present), Professor of Molecular Biology, University of California at Berkeley (1963-1980 yy),
. During the years of active research and teaching activities gave many lecture courses in dozens of Universities and Colleges around the world.
Administration: Director of the Laboratory of Chemical biodynamics University of California at Berkeley (1963-1980 yy), Head of the Laboratory of Chemical biodynamics. Lorenz, Berkeley (1945-1980 yy), Deputy Director of the Laboratory of. Lorenz, Berkeley (1967-1980 yy).
Has actively participated in U.S. government and international agencies and research organizations in the field of molecular biology, chemistry, biochemistry, and manned flights to space, medicine, biotechnology. The scope of professional interests M. Calvin are also the study of solar energy (artificial photosynthesis, . energy and materials plants), chemical evolution, . organic geochemistry, . photochemistry, . Physical Chemistry, . bioorganic chemistry, . Biochemistry, . neurochemistry.,
. Honors has the following scientific and educational institutions: Michigan College of Mining and Technology, . USA (1955), Nottingham University, . England (1958), . Oxford University, . England (1959), Northwestern University in g Evanstoun, . Illinois, . USA (1961), Wayne State University, . Detroit, . USA (1962 GG), . Im.Gustava Adolphus College, . St. Peter, . Minnesota, . USA (1963), . Notre Dame University, . Notre Dame, . sht.Indiana, . USA (1965), . Brooklyn Polytechnic Institute, . New York (1969), . University g.Minneapolis, . Minnesota, . USA (1969), . State University of Gent, . Belgium (1971), . Uiterskogo College, . g.Uiter, . California, . USA (1976), . Paris University, . France (1977), . Columbia University, . New York (1979), . College g,
. Allendeyl, pc Michigan, USA (1986).
In 1961, Melvin Calvin was awarded the Nobel Prize for research in the field of chemistry. He was awarded honorary awards of the Royal Society of London (1964), American Chemical Society (1978), American Institute of Chemistry (1979), the National Medal for achievements in science (1989), reward them. Erriksona in the field of renewable energy (1991), and other honorary awards and titles.
. M. Calvin - a member of the National Academy of Sciences, . American Academy of Arts and Sciences, . American Philosophical Society, . foreign member of the Royal Society and the Finnish Academy of Sciences, . Honorary Member of the Royal Society of Edinburgh, . Royal Academy of Sciences and Literature of the Netherlands, . Irish, . Germany, . . Japanese Academy of Sciences, . member of numerous international and national scientific societies of chemical, . associations and academies.,
. Author of more than 600 publications, including 7 monographs and a number of patents.
. Address: Depertment of Chemistry, University of California, Berkley, CA 94720
. Phone: (510) 642-08-38