Michigan Tech Scientist Honored on U.S. Postage Stamp
Calvin was the first scientist to unravel the secrets of photosynthesis—knowledge that became known as “the Calvin cycle.” That work won him and a colleague the Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 1961. The Nobel Prize in Chemistry has been awarded since 1901. A total of 159 people have been named laureates. Calvin joined the ranks of Marie Curie and Linus Paulding.
Now he is memorialized on a 44-cent postage stamp.
Over the years, stamps . . .
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