Linus Pauling

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Noun1.Linus Pauling - United States chemist who studied the nature of chemical bonding (1901-1994)
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The partnership between LPI and USANA will significantly enhance the institute's research mission, enabling our scientists to better understand the role antioxidants, phytochemicals, and other nutrients play in human health," said Balz Frei, director of the Linus Pauling Institute.
Research on these biochemical processes in the Linus Pauling Institute at Oregon State University is making it clear that cognitive decline with age is a natural part of life, and scientists are tracking the problem down to highly specific components of the brain.
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Linus Pauling is the only person to ever win two undivided Nobel Prizes.
Based on the files of peace and disarmament organizations, formerly top secret government records, interviews with antinuclear activists and government officials, and memoirs and other published materials, the book provides fascinating glimpses of interactions among key activists and policymakers including Albert Einstein, Harry Truman, and Linus Pauling.
MINNEAPOLIS, July 3 /PRNewswire/ -- The Eniva Research Group has released results from aboratory testing by the world-famous Linus Pauling Micronutrient Research Institute at Oregon State University which demonstrated the Eniva Health Supplement VIBE(R) possessed DNA protective anti-mutagenic activity for human cells.
Linus Pauling, the world renowned chemist, has won so many awards that they have their own special index on the Oregon State University Web site about his life and contributions.
Linus Pauling was a professor of chemistry at the California Institute of Technology in Pasadena and a Nobel Prize recipient in 1954 for chemistry and 1962 for peace.
The late Nobel laureate Linus Pauling first suggested this might be the case in 1935.
The research institute founded by the late two-time Nobel Prize winner Linus Pauling officially is leaving Palo Alto to return to his roots - Pauling's home state of Oregon and the university where his amazing career got its start.
Treating cancer with vitamin C has been a controversial issue since Linus Pauling, the Nobel Prize-winning scientist, began to advocate it years ago.
Pregnant women who eat cruciferous vegetables like Sauerkraut, cabbage, and broccoli may be improving their child's resistance to cancer, according to a recent study conducted at the Linus Pauling Institute at Oregon State University.