Robert Huber

1937 - Today

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Robert Huber (German pronunciation: [ˈʁoːbɛʁt ˈhuːbɐ] ; born 20 February 1937) is a German biochemist and Nobel laureate. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Robert Huber has received more than 127,980 page views. His biography is available in 51 different languages on Wikipedia (up from 46 in 2019). Robert Huber is the 158th most popular chemist (up from 166th in 2019), the 872nd most popular biography from Germany (up from 967th in 2019) and the 34th most popular German Chemist.

Robert Huber is most famous for his work with the human genome. Huber was the first to publish the complete sequence of a human chromosome.

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Among chemists, Robert Huber ranks 158 out of 602Before him are Yves Chauvin, Georg Ernst Stahl, Johann Deisenhofer, George Porter, Kary Mullis, and Karl Barry Sharpless. After him are Jerome Karle, John Frederic Daniell, Bengt I. Samuelsson, Harry Kroto, Stanislao Cannizzaro, and Johann Wilhelm Ritter.

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Among people born in 1937, Robert Huber ranks 49Before him are Jacques Santer, Colleen McCullough, Vaira Vīķe-Freiberga, Angelo Badalamenti, Vladimir Ashkenazy, and Roger Zelazny. After him are Andrei Konchalovsky, Thomas Pynchon, David Hockney, Fernando de la Rúa, Vladimir Arnold, and Ferdinand Piëch.

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In Germany

Among people born in Germany, Robert Huber ranks 872 out of 7,253Before him are Carl Spitzweg (1808), Wilhelmine of Prussia, Queen of the Netherlands (1774), Joachim Frederick, Elector of Brandenburg (1546), Felix Wankel (1902), Rudolf Schenker (1948), and Roland Emmerich (1955). After him are Charles I of Württemberg (1823), Hildegard Knef (1925), David Fabricius (1564), Gustav Ritter von Kahr (1862), Charles Frederick, Grand Duke of Baden (1728), and Gerhard von Scharnhorst (1755).

Among CHEMISTS In Germany

Among chemists born in Germany, Robert Huber ranks 34Before him are Ernst Otto Fischer (1918), Manfred Eigen (1927), Georg Wittig (1897), Joachim Frank (1940), Georg Ernst Stahl (1659), and Johann Deisenhofer (1943). After him are Ernst Chain (1906), August Wilhelm von Hofmann (1818), Emil Erlenmeyer (1825), Heinrich Gustav Magnus (1802), Hennig Brand (1630), and Hermann Kolbe (1818).