Linus Pauling Biography, Age, Weight, Height, Friend, Like, Affairs, Favourite, Birthdate & Other

Linus Pauling

This Biography is about one of the best Biochemist Linus Pauling including his Height, weight,Age & Other Detail…

Biography Of Linus Pauling
Real Name Linus Pauling
Nick Name Chemists, Biochemists
Famous as Chemist, Biochemist
Nationality American
Personal Life of Linus Pauling
Born on 28 February 1901
Birthday 28th February
Died At Age 93
Sun Sign Pisces
Born in Portland
Died on 19 August 1994
Place of death Big Sur
Grouping of People Atheists
Family Background of Linus Pauling
Father Herman Henry William Pauling (1876-1910)
Mother Lucy Isabelle
Spouse/Partner Ava Helen Pauling
Children Linus Jr., Peter Edward Crellin), (Linda
Education Oregon State University ( known then as Oregon Agricultural College), Washington High School
Awards 1931 – Irving Langmuir Award American Chemical Society

1941 – Nichols Medal

New York Section American Chemical Society

1946 – Willard Gibbs Award Chicago section of the American Chemical Society

1947 – Davy Medal Royal Society

1947 – T. W. Richards Medal Northeastern Section of the American Chemical Society

1948 – Presidential Medal for Merit

1951 – Gilbert N. Lewis medal California section of the American Chemical Society

1952 – Pasteur Medal Biochemical Society of France

1954 – Nobel Prize in Chemistry

1955 – Addis Medal National Nephrosis Foundation

1955 – John Phillips Memorial Award American College of Physicians

1956 – Avogadro Medal Italian Academy of Science

1957 – Paul Sabatier Medal

1957 – Pierre Fermat Medal in Mathematics (awarded for only the sixth time in three centuries)

1957 – International Grotius Medal

1961 – Humanist of the Year American Humanist Association

1961 – Gandhi Peace Award by Promoting Enduring Peace

1962 – Nobel Peace Prize

1965 – Medal Academy of the Rumanian People’s Republic

1966 – Linus Pauling Award

Personal Fact of Linus Pauling

One of the greatest scientists of the 20th century and the most influential chemist in history, Linus Pauling is the only person to have been awarded two unshared Nobel Prizes. Popularly referred to as the founding father of molecular chemistry, Pauling’s findings in the field of biological sciences and medicine have provided the foundation for modern biotechnology.

As a man of diverse accomplishments, he passionately spoke out against the development of nuclear weapons and the dangers associated with it, while he continued to pursue an amazing array of scientific interests. He was a great orator and gave numerous public speeches on the need for abandoning nuclear testing and was often invited as a speaker at conferences, political rallies, commencements, and media programs.

This multi-faceted genius had a zest for communication and the ability to explain complex medical and scientific information in simple terms that a lay man could comprehend. He authored numerous articles and books on various topics like peace activism, health and science. Some of his well-known books include Vitamin C and the Common Cold, Cancer and Vitamin C’ and How to Live Longer and Feel Better. To learn more interesting facts about his personal life, peace advocacy campaigns and other scientific achievements, scroll down and continue to read this biography.

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