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Korn·berg

(kōrn'berg),
Hans, 20th-century German-born English biochemist. See: Krebs-Kornberg cycle.

Korn·berg

(kōrn'berg),
Arthur, 20th-century U.S. biochemist and Nobel laureate. See: Kornberg enzyme, Krebs-Kornberg cycle.
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Comtech Telecommunications Corp (Nasdaq:CMTL) announced on Thursday that its chairman of the board of directors, Fred Kornberg, will immediately resume his role as CEO and president.
Kornberg (1918-2007) documented his scientific career in his autobiography For the Love of Enzymes: The Odyssey of a Biochemist, but deliberately said little of his life outside the laboratory, says Friedberg, so that is what he emphasizes, saying little about the science itself.
Last fall in Science, Kornberg and colleagues described an intricate cluster they created with exactly 102 gold atoms.
To obtain that "picture", Kornberg and his team had to overcome several feats.
Kornberg was the first to create an actual picture of this process at the molecular level, in the important group of organisms called eukaryotes.
We've enjoyed a lot of success by covering children's needs from top to bottom," says president and chief executive officer Matt Kornberg.
Says Judith Kornberg, of the New York City-based Environmental Action Coalition (EAC), "If their outer casings corrode, they could leak what little mercury they have.
Soon afterward the American biochemist Arthur Kornberg (b.
Elevated on a set of one-story shear wallsto capture an ocean view, this tiny one-story house in Del Mar, California, presented architect Ken Kornberg and his wife, Veronica, with an unusual remodeling opportunity: its entire ground level was devoted to open-air parking.
Dr Sloane, who will assume these positions no later than 1 February 2015, will succeed Fred Kornberg as CEO and president.