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  1. History Discovery. In 1938, Emilio Segrè and Glenn T. Seaborg isolated for the first time the metastable isotope technetium-99m, after bombarding natural molybdenum with 8 MeV deuterons in the 37-inch (940 mm) cyclotron of Ernest Orlando Lawrence's Radiation laboratory.

  2. In 1980, Glenn Seaborg transmuted several thousand atoms of bismuth into gold at the Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory. His experimental technique was able to remove protons and neutrons from the bismuth atoms.

  3. Equal Opportunity (EO) Statement. The George Washington University does not unlawfully discriminate against any person on any basis prohibited by federal law, the District of Columbia Human Rights Act, or other applicable law, including without limitation, race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, genetic ...

  4. Glenn T. Seaborg, one of the great scien­ tific minds of this time and of all times, chaired the Academic Standards Commis­ sion’s Science Committee. In “A Letter to a Young Scientist,” Dr. Seaborg said, “Science is an organized body of knowledge and a method of proceeding to an extension of this knowledge by hypothesis and experiment ...

  5. Les prix Nobel sont des prix décernés chaque année, sauf exceptions, à des personnes, ou à des organismes (prix Nobel de la paix), sous l'autorité de la Fondation Nobel par l'Académie royale des sciences de Suède (physique et chimie), l'Académie suédoise (littérature), l'Institut Karolinska (physiologie ou médecine) et le comité Nobel norvégien du parlement (paix).

  6. Debido a que el trabajo del equipo estadounidense fue confirmado por un grupo independiente primero, estos sugirieron el nombre de seaborgio en honor al químico estadounidense Glenn T. Seaborg destacado miembro del equipo estadounidense junto con Albert Ghiorso, J. M. Nitschke, Jose R. Alonso, C. T. Alonso, Matti Nurmia, E. Kenneth Hulet, y R. W. Lougheed en reconocimiento a su participación ...

  7. G.T. Seaborg and Building the Actinide Legacy of Los Alamos Read More about the article: G.T. Seaborg and Building the Actinide Legacy of Los Alamos The Glenn T. Seaborg Institute at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory