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  1. Report on the correspondence and papers of Sir John Cowdery Kendrew (b. 1917), biologist: Deposited in the Bodleian Library, Oxford by Jeannine Alton, 1989

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Science Dictionary Kendrew (kěn'dr ') Pronunciation Key British molecular biologist who studied the chemistry of the blood and determined by xray crystallography the
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Kendrew, Sir John Cowdery (born March 24, 1917, Oxford, Oxfordshire, Eng.—died Aug. 23, 1997, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire) British biochemist. He received his Ph.D. from the
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John Cowdery Kendrew B iography Nobel Prize Winner (1962) John Cowdery Kendrew (March 24, 1917 – August 23, 1997) was an English biochemist and crystallographer who shared
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John Cowdery Kendrew (March 24, 1917 August 23, 1997) was an English biochemist and crystallographer who shared the 1962 Nobel Prize in Chemistry with Max Perutz; their group in the Cavendish Laboratory investigated the structure of heme-containing proteins.
Early life
He was born in Oxford, son of Wilford George Kendrew, reader in climatology in the University of Oxford and Evelyn May Graham Sandburg, art historian. He was educated at the Dragon School in Oxford, as well as Clifton College in Bristol, 1930-1936. He attended Trinity College, Cambridge in 1936, as a Major Scholar, graduating in chemistry in 1939. He spent the early months of World War II doing research on reaction kinetics, and then became a member of the Air Ministry Research Establishment, working on radar. In 1940 he became engaged in operational research at the Royal Air Force headquarters, holding the honorary rank of Wing Commander R.A.F.
During the war years, he became increasingly interested in biochemical problems, and decided to work on the structure of proteins.

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noun English biologist noted for studies of the molecular structure of blood components (born in 1917) Synonyms Kendrew, Sir John Cowdery Kendrew
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    John Cowdery Kendrew was born on 24th March, 1917, in Oxford. His father, Wilfrid George Kendrew, was Reader in Climatology in the University of Oxford; his mother, Evelyn May Graham (Sandberg) Kendrew, was an art historian, for many years resident in Florence, Italy, where she published works on the Italian Primitives under the nom de plume Evelyn Sandberg Vavals.
    He was educated at the Dragon School, Oxford (1923-1930) and Clifton College, Bristol (1930-1936), and went to Trinity College, Cambridge in 1936 as a Major Scholar. He graduated in Chemistry in 1939, and spent the first few months of the war doing research on reaction kinetics in the Department of Physical Chemistry at Cambridge under the supervision of Dr. E.A. Moelwyn-Hughes. He then became a member of the Air Ministry Research Establishment (later Telecommunication Research Establishment) and worked on radar. In 1940 he joined the staff of Sir Robert Watson-Watt (Scientific Adviser to the Air Ministry) and for the rest of the war was engaged in operational research at Royal Air Force headquarters, successively in Coastal Command, Middle East, and South East Asia (where he was Scientific Adviser to the Allied Air Commander-in-Chief); he held the honorary rank of Wing Commander R.A.F.

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    KENDREW, Sir John Cowdery (19171997) Molecular biology. NCUACS no. 11/4/89, 507pp and NCUACS no. 78/7/98, 43 pp. Bodleian Library, Oxford. KREBS, Sir Hans Adolf (1900-1981) CSAC
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    14. Nobel Laureates In Chemistry By Alphabetical Order
    Kendrew, Sir John Cowdery 1962 Klug, Sir Aaron 1982 Knowles, William S. 2001 Kohn, Walter 1998 Kroto, Sir Harold W. 1996 Kuhn, Richard 1938 Langmuir, Irving
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    Kendrew, Sir John Cowdery. U.K. He determined the structure of the muscle protein myoglobin, which stores oxygen and gives it to the muscle cells when needed
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    Text in black is taken directly from Encyclopdia Britannica's biographies (see links) or other sources listed at the bottom of the page The descriptions in green are for work that is relevant to high school chemistry. Year Winner Country* Achievement Hoff van't , Jacobus H Netherlands for work on rates of reaction, chemical equilibrium, and osmotic pressure Fischer, Emil Germany Fischer's research on the purines was instituted in 1881. He determined the structures of uric acid, xanthine, caffeine, theobromine, and other related compounds, and he showed that they are all derivatives of a single compound, a nitrogenous base that he named purine. Despite major complications because of stereochemical relations, Fischer was able to use these derivatives to determine the molecular structures of fructose, glucose, and many other sugars, and he was able to verify his results by synthesizing those compounds. He also showed how to distinguish the formulas of the 16 stereoisometric glucoses. In the course of his stereochemical research, Fischer discovered that there are two series of sugars, the D sugars and the L sugars, that are mirror images of each other. His study of sugars led him to investigate the reactions and substances involved in fermentation, and, in his investigations of how enzymes break down sugars, Fischer laid the foundations for enzyme chemistry.

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    Full Name Sir John Cowdery Kendrew. Nationality British Activity British biochemist. Born 2403-1917 Died 23-08-1997
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