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  1. On the other hand, Lewis mentored and influenced numerous Nobel laureates at Berkeley including Harold Urey (1934 Nobel Prize), William F. Giauque (1949 Nobel Prize), Glenn T. Seaborg (1951 Nobel Prize), Willard Libby (1960 Nobel Prize), Melvin Calvin (1961 Nobel Prize) and so on, turning Berkeley into one of the world's most prestigious centers for chemistry.

  2. › wiki › Uranium-233Uranium-233 - Wikipedia

    In 1946, the public first became informed of uranium-233 bred from thorium as "a third available source of nuclear energy and atom bombs" (in addition to uranium-235 and plutonium-239), following a United Nations report and a speech by Glenn T. Seaborg.

  3. The United States and its allies depend depend on Los Alamos National Laboratory's contributions to nuclear deterrence and national security through innovation in research and development.

  4. Welch Award in Chemistry (2022); The Dickson Prize in Medicine, University of Pittsburgh (2022); Dr H.P. Heineken Prize for Biochemistry and Biophysics (2022); Wolf Prize (2022); AAAS Lifetime Mentor Award (2022); President’s Innovator Award, Society for Glycobiology (2020); Nagoya Medal (2020); The Chemistry of the Future Solvay Prize (2020); NAS John J. Carty Award (2020); Glenn T. Seaborg ...

  5. In the 2013 book Plutopia: Nuclear Families, Atomic Cities, and the Great Soviet and American Plutonium Disasters (Oxford), Kate Brown explores the health of affected citizens in the United States, and the "slow-motion disasters" that still threaten the environments where the plants are located.

  6. In 1941 three American chemists, Glenn T. Seaborg, Joseph W. Kennedy, and Arthur C. Wahl, produced and chemically identified element 94, named plutonium (Pu). In 1944, after further discoveries, Seaborg hypothesized that a new series of elements called the actinoid series, akin to the lanthanoid series (elements 58–71), was being produced, and that this new series began with thorium (Th ...

  7. In June 1944, von Kármán underwent surgery for intestinal cancer in New York City. The surgery caused two hernias, and Kármán's recovery was slow.Early in September, while still in New York, he met US Army Air Forces Commanding General Henry H. Arnold on a runway at LaGuardia Airport, and Arnold then proposed that Kármán should move to Washington, D.C. to lead the Scientific Advisory ...