- British Chemists
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- Archer John Porter Martin
British chemist Archer John Porter Martin, co-recipient, with Richard L. M. Synge
- Arthur Aikin
English chemist, mineralogist and scientific writer
- Charles Coulson
Coulson's mother was Annie Sincere Hancock, a headmistress and the daughter of an inventor.
- Charles Hatchett
Facts and figures about Charles Hatchett, taken from Freebase, the world's database.
- Dorothy Hodgkin
Other scientists refuted this, but Dorothy's analysis proved she was correct.
- Francis W. Aston
Aston was born in September 1877 at Harborne, Birmingham, England, the third of a family of seven ch
- Frederick Abel
Sir Frederick Augustus Abel, 1st Baronet (17 July 1827–6 September 1902)
- Henry Moseley
Henry "Harry" Gwyn Jeffreys Moseley was born in Weymouth in 1887
- Hinshelwood, Cyril Norman
Hinshelwood spent his professional life at Oxford (England), where he obtained a doctorate
- Humphry Davy
Davy, a woodcarver's son, was born in Penzance in 1778.
- John Kendrew
Kendrew was born in Oxford in 1917 and educated at Clifton College, Bristol
- John Mercer
John Mercer (chemist) / Textile industry - Economy-point.org
- John Scott Haldane
Haldane CH (May 3, 1860 - March 14/March 15, 1936) was a Scottish physiologist
- John Meurig Thomas
StateMaster - Encyclopedia:Sir John Meurig Thomas is a leading British chemist
- Joseph Black
Black was born in Bordeaux on 16 April 1728, one of fifteen children.
- Joseph Lister
In 1883 Lister was created a baronet and made Baron Lister of Lyme Regis in 1897.
- Peter D. Mitchell
D Mitchell September 29 1920 - April 10 1992 was a British biochemist
- Prof Harold Kroto
University of Sussex staff profile for Prof Harold Kroto.
- Rosalind Franklin
Franklin was born in London, England on 25th July 1920.
- Sir Christopher Kelk Ingold
A biography " Sir Christopher Ingold- A Major Prophet of Organic Chemistry "
- Sir Derek Barton
Barton (1918-1998) was Regius Professor of Chemistry at the University
- Sir James Dewar
Famous Scots - Sir James Dewar, Inventor of the Vacuum Flask.
- Walter Haworth
Sir Walter Norman Haworth British chemist (1883–1950)
- William Henry Perkin
Perkin, FRS (12 March 1838 – 14 July 1907) was an English chemist