Academic Family Tree III

I thought I would post a more updated #chemistrytwittertree since it  has recently been mentioned in the Nature Chemistry blogroll. This is by no means the final tree so feel tree to offer suggestions on how to make it even bigger and better.

If you aren’t on the tree but can spot a way on, then email me (theorganicsolutionblog at gmail dot com), tweet me or leave the info in the comments section. If you want to find out more about your own academic timeline then is a great starting point. Also, if you spot any errors in the tree then please do let me know.

family tree 13-10-13

5 thoughts on “Academic Family Tree III

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  2. As a history buff, seeing something like this is a treat. Thanks for putting so much effort into it. Indicated below is a little more history going back to the 19th century. If at all possible, I’d like to be included on the tree.

    Kindest Regards,

    @O_Chem_Prof => Steven D. Burke => Paul A. Grieco => Gilbert Stork => Samuel M. McElvain => Roger Adams => Henry Augustus Torrey => Charles Loring Jackson & Henry Barker Hill => Josiah P. Cook => Jean-Baptiste Dumas => Louis Thenard => Louis N. Vauquelin (abstracted from Badger Chemist Geneology Tree by Dr. Paul F. Schatz, University of Wisconsin-Madison Department of Chemistry).

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  4. I think I can too @pinkyprincess -> L.D Miranda -> Samir Zard -> Derek Barton (Nobel prize 1969) -> Sir Ian (Isidor) Morris Heilbron -> Arthur Rudolf Hantzsch -> Johannes Wislicenus I didn’t know how far to go 🙂

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