Michael W. Hill begins his interview by discussing how he was first drawn to the information and documentation side of chemistry. While at Lincoln College, Hill planned to become a chemist. He received his BS and MSc…
- Interviewee Hill, Michael (Michael W.)
- Interviewer Rayward, W. Boyd
- Sponsor Eugene Garfield Foundation
- Subject Hill, Michael (Michael W.), Chemistry, Richards, Rex, Sir, 1922-, Nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy, National Reference Library of Science and Invention, Great Britain. Patent Office. Library, Science Reference Library (British Library), Institute of Information Scientists, FID Congress, International Association of Technological University Libraries, Information science
Kurt Wüthrich begins his interview by discussing the emergence of his interest in chemistry during his high school years, where a highly qualified group of professors taught him. He originally intended to become a…
- 2005-Feb-08 – 2005-Feb-09
Michael J. Overduin was born in Ontario, Canada, the second oldest of five children. Overduin's father received master's degrees in English and music and was a teacher who traveled around Ontario to develop new programs…
Catherine T. Hunt grew up in Bronxville, New York, one of seven children. Her father was a chemist at Allied Chemical Company, and Katie often went to work with him and always had questions for him about why things are…
- Interviewee Hunt, Catherine T. 1955-
- Interviewer Domush, Hilary
- Subject Hunt, Catherine T. 1955- , Chemistry, Nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy, Women in chemistry, Rohm and Haas Company, American Chemical Society, Dow Chemical Company, Science--Study and teaching, Sustainable development, Chemists, Women chemists
Alan J. Heeger begins the interview by describing his early decision to attend college and reasons behind changing his major from electrical engineering to mathematics and physics at the University of Nebraska. After…
- Interviewee Heeger, Alan J.
- Interviewer Mody, Cyrus C. M.
- Sponsor Center for Nanotechnology in Society
- Subject Heeger, Alan J., Theoretical physics, University of Pennsylvania, Spin waves--Mathematical models, Nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy, Université de Genève, Conducting polymers, University of California, Santa Barbara, Physicists, MacDiarmid, Alan G., 1927-2007
- 1999-Jul-19 – 1999-Jul-21
Sarah A. Woodson was born and raised in Warren, Michigan. Her father was a music teacher; Sarah's mother, who was from Amsterdam, Holland, was a housewife until her children were older, when she finished college and…
- Interviewee Woodson, Sarah A., 1961-
- Interviewer Cohen, Helene L.
- Sponsor Pew Charitable Trusts
- Subject Woodson, Sarah A., 1961-, Women in science, Women in medicine, Medical scientists, Medicine--Research, RNA--Research, Nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy, College teachers, Women medical scientists
- 2006-Jan-30 – 2006-Jan-31
John D. Altman was born and raised in Birmingham, a suburb of Detroit, Michigan. He and his sister, two years younger, attended public schools, where, without parental prodding (or so he remembers), both were good…
Letter between Robert S. Mulliken and Harrison Shull, American quantum chemists, concerning the development of several scientific, analytical instruments, as well as a proposal to establish a program in Chemical Physics.