The Nobel Laureate associated with DOE that is now being featured at the DOE R&D Accomplishments website is Harold Urey. He is recognized as a scientist with a wide variety of research interests, including cosmochemistry, the origin of life, geochemistry, the earth's evolution, and isotopic chemistry. He received the 1934 Nobel Prize in Chemistry for the discovery of heavy hydrogen (deuterium).
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Last updated on Thursday 24 July 2014