Mary Ann Endema has a PHD in chemistry and specializes in synthetic organic chemistry -the microorganisms and biochemical processes in the synthesis of fine organic chemicals including anti-cancer research using flora from the Phillipines.
-She has alsowon the TDC Research Foundation Inc. Fellowship Award for Organic Synthesis.
her parents names are sam and marry
The history of chemistry science 1000BC ancient history at present, there have a lot of scientist who develop experiments with chemistry. The history of chemistry its modern with Irish scientist Robert Boyle in 1991
After her sister wore her shirt, Mary acted reactive and took her sister's boots.
It can stand for Michael Jackson or Michael Jordon, or Mary Jane. And some people use it as slang for marijuana.
To congeal means to thicken, clot, cake or coagulate. Mary cut herself with a knife, but within a few minutes the blood started to congeal.
Mary Alice Merrill has written: 'Chemistry: process and prospect' -- subject(s): Chemistry 'Chemistry'
Mary Somerville was a Scottish mathematician and astronomer. She contributed many things to the mathematic world, but her invention of the commonly used variables for algebraic math is the most significant.
Her contributions were being first lady and being the first to marry the tallest president.
Mary Nevill - field hockey - was born on 1961-03-12.
The only Mary Cartwright I know of was a mathematician.
Mary Engle Pennington was a fellow studying physiological chemistry at Yale from 1897-99.
Mary Majella Mackin has written: 'Analytical chemistry in the British Isles in the nineteenth and early-twentieth centuries'
Yes, there are places that have been named after Mary Anning. For example, the Mary Anning Wing is a new addition to the Lyme Regis Museum in England that celebrates her life and contributions to paleontology. Additionally, a newly discovered species of ichthyosaur was named "Anningia" in her honor.
Mary Blitzer Field has written: 'All about divorce' -- subject(s): Juvenile literature, Divorce, Children of divorced parents
Mary Leakey was an archeologist, I believe. She studied ancient human history by analyzing remains buried thousands of years ago, in central and eastern Africa.