Kurt Wüthrich

1938 - Today

Kurt Wüthrich

Kurt Wüthrich (born 4 October 1938 in Aarberg, Canton of Bern) is a Swiss chemist/biophysicist and Nobel Chemistry laureate, known for developing nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) methods for studying biological macromolecules. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Kurt Wüthrich has received more than 95,529 page views. His biography is available in 48 different languages on Wikipedia making him the 119th most popular chemist.

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Among chemists, Kurt Wüthrich ranks 119 out of 473Before him are William Giauque, George Andrew Olah, Henry Louis Le Chatelier, Ernst Otto Fischer, Robert F. Furchgott, and Henry Hallett Dale. After him are Casimir Funk, John Macleod, Georg Ernst Stahl, Stanford Moore, Marcellin Berthelot, and James Dewar.

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Among people born in 1938, Kurt Wüthrich ranks 41Before him are Frederick Forsyth, Fuad Masum, Robert Nozick, Jean Giraud, Jean Seberg, and Ellen Johnson Sirleaf. After him are Raymond Carver, Ben E. King, Diana Rigg, Abulfaz Elchibey, Marina Vlady, and Jiří Menzel.

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In Switzerland

Among people born in Switzerland, Kurt Wüthrich ranks 70 out of 540Before him are Hans Albert Einstein (1904), Emil Jannings (1884), K. Alex Müller (1927), Domenico Fontana (1543), Alexandre Yersin (1863), and Daniel Bovet (1907). After him are Niklaus Wirth (1934), Heinrich Wölfflin (1864), Brother Roger (1915), Werner Arber (1929), Peter Zumthor (1943), and Jean Tinguely (1925).

Among CHEMISTS In Switzerland

Among chemists born in Switzerland, Kurt Wüthrich ranks 3Before him are Albert Hofmann (1906) and Paul Hermann Müller (1899). After him are Richard R. Ernst (1933), Germain Henri Hess (1802), Emil Abderhalden (1877), Jean Charles Galissard de Marignac (1817), Victor Goldschmidt (1888), Nicolas Théodore de Saussure (1767), and Jacques-Louis Soret (1827).