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Richard Synge
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Born in Chester, Cheshire
Born on 28th of October 1914
Died on 18th of August 1994

Born 1914. Died 1994 - English biochemist and Nobel Prize winner.

Educated at Cambridge. Worked with A J P Martin developing methods for analysing aldehydes and hydroxyacids. Won Nobel Prize for chemistry in 1952 for their work. Elected FRS in 1950.

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