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Lewis G. Longsworth

American biochemist


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Lewis Gibson Longsworth was an American chemist and biochemist. The New York Times said that his research "helped to make modern biochemistry possible". Longsworth was notable for creating separation methods that allowed to measure trace quantities of biological chemicals, as well as for new methods and improved techniques for studying the structures of proteins. Longsworth was a member of the National Academy of Sciences and a professor at Rockefeller University. He was also a member of the American Chemical Society, Electrochemical Society, Harvey Society, and Sigma Xi. He was the recipient of the 1968 American Chemical Society Award in Chromatography and Electrophoresis.

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University of Kansas

Public research university in Kansas, United States

Cornell University

Private university in Ithaca

Southwestern College

College in Kansas

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#21233 World Rank