Glenn T. Seaborg

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Noun1.Glenn T. Seaborg - United States chemist who was one of the discoverers of plutonium (1912-1999)
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1942 A team of chemists led by American Glenn T. Seaborg isolates a visible amount of plutonium for the first time.
Today, Seaborg's legacy lives on in his home state at the Glenn T. Seaborg Center for Teaching and Learning Science and Mathematics, associated with Northern Michigan University.
I don't think any prediction appearing in the pages of THE FUTURIST has made me scratch my head more vigorously than the one authored by Nobel laureate Glenn T. Seaborg in the second issue of the newsletter, April 1967: "Intelligent Apes Become Chauffeurs."
In 1951, Glenn T. Seaborg (shown) and Edwin McMillan shared the chemistry Nobel for using atom smashers to create six elements and some 100 new isotopes (11/24/51, p.
"The inner solar system material in Wild 2 underscores the importance of radial transport of material over large distances in the early solar nebula," said lead author Jennifer Matzel of the Laboratory's Institute of Geophysics and Planetary Science and the Glenn T. Seaborg Institute.
Gardner, president of the University of Utah and soon-to-be president of the University of California; Nobel laureate Glenn T. Seaborg of the University of California; Gerald Holton of Harvard University; and A.
Glenn T. Seaborg, a giant of the nuclear age, died February 26 at his home in Lafayette, CA.
Three other students won Seaborg SIYSS Awards, named for the late chemist Glenn T. Seaborg, a Nobel laureate who chaired the board of Society for Science & the Public.
McNamara was a member of the World Future Society Global Advisory Council and Board of Directors, invited by a fellow board member, Nobel Prize winning chemist Glenn T. Seaborg, to join in early 1983.