Wald, George

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Wald,

George, joint winner of 1967 Nobel Prize for work related to the eye.
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Moreover, when Green looked back in the records of the Institute, he discovered that Nobel Prize winner George Wald had lectured in the 1950s at Poly and proposed the same idea: that the primordial molecules of life originated in both mirror forms.
Harvard Biologist George Wald in 1970 Reality: Civilization hasn't ended.
Our government has become preoccupied with death," George Wald said, "with the business of killing and being killed.
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