codiscoverer

codiscoverer

(ˌkəʊdɪˈskʌvərə)
n
a fellow discoverer
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THOMAS JOEL BOPP, codiscoverer of Comet Hale-Bopp, died January 5, 2018, in Phoenix, Arizona, from liver cancer.
The codiscoverer (with Charles Darwin) of natural selection, Alfred Russel Wallace, lost a boy at six, and "Darwin's bulldog," Thomas Henry Huxley, buried his four-year-old, firstborn son.
That shared feature makes an ironclad case for a common source, says Duncan Lorimer, an astrophysicist at West Virginia University in Morgantown and codiscoverer of the first FRB, reported in 2007.
Similarly, in my visit two years ago with James Watson, PhD, Nobel laureate and codiscoverer of the DNA "double helix," he told me that he believed that metabolic, which are essentially biochemical, approaches to cancer were more promising than the genomic approach that he himself pioneered for half a century.
ISLAMABAD -- The codiscoverer of DNA has put his Nobel Prize on the auction block in hopes of using part of the proceeds for philanthropic gifts in an effort to scrub his own DNA of racist remarks.
Watson, codiscoverer of the structure of DNA, agreed: "One could not be a successful scientist without realizing that, in contrast to the popular conception supported by newspapers and mothers of scientists, a goodly number of scientists are .
Frederick Grant Banting (1891-1941): Codiscoverer of Insulin, 198 JAMA 660, 660 (1966); The Discovery of Insulin, NOBELPRIZE.
Diesmos is codiscoverer of 14 reptiles, 21 amphibians and a bird species.
He quotes one of his greatest admirers, the late Dr Jonathan Mann (the American codiscoverer of the HIV virus), at the beginning of the book, to emphasise the importance of the mission they set themselves: "Our responsibility is historic," Mann said, "for when the history of Aids and the global response is written, our most precious contribution may well be that at the time of the plague we did not flee; we did not hide; and we did not separate.
Wallace, the codiscoverer of natural selection, he responds to the question of whether he would deal with human evolution in his forthcoming Origin of Species.
James Watson, the codiscoverer of DNA structure and head of NIH's project to map the entire human genome, had immediately denounced the decision and resigned his position with the project.