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Marjory Stephenson 1884-1948 biochemist and microbiologist , and one of the first female Fellows of the Royal Society lived here as a child

Mitchams Agricultural Machinery Ltd (ex Pit's Farm), Cambridge, United Kingdom

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Dame Honor Fell 1900-1986 biologist who increased our understanding of rheumatoid arthritis studied at this school

Wychwood School, Oxford, United Kingdom

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Sir Anthony Carlisle 1758-1840 surgeon and inventor who co-discovered electrolysis, which uses an electrical current to separate materials. Born in Stillington

The Village Garden, Stillington, United Kingdom

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Dolly the Sheep 1996-2003 first mammal to be cloned from an adult cell. Created at this institute

The Roslin Institute, The University of Edinburgh, Easter Bush, Roslin, United Kingdom

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Sir Richard Owen 1804-1892 anatomist who helped establish the Natural History Museum and invented the term 'dinosaur' studied at this school

Lancaster Royal Grammar School, East Road, Lancaster, United Kingdom

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Sir Alan Hodgkin 1914-1998 Sir Andrew Huxley 1917-2012 Physiologists and Nobel Laureates who discovered how nerve cells transmit signals carried out research here

Marine Biological Association, The Laboratory, Citadel Hill, Plymouth, United Kingdom

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Cambridge plaque nerve impulse
In this building E. D. Adrian first recorded impulses from single nerve fibres, and A. L. Hodgkin & A. H. Huxley determined their mechanism and principles of conduction, transforming our understanding of how the nervous system processes information.

University of Cambridge, Downing Street, CB2 3DY, Cambridge, United Kingdom

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Fred Sanger 1918-2013 biochemist and double Nobel Laureate, recognised for his pioneering work on proteins and DNA lived here

252 Hills Road, Cambridge, United Kingdom

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Dorothy Hodgkin 1910-1994 biochemist and Nobel Laureate who determined the structure of penicillin and vitamin B12 studied at this school 1921-1928

John Leman Grammar School, Beccles, United Kingdom

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Human in-vitro fertilisation followed by the world's first successful pregnancy was performed at this hospital by Mr Patrick Steptoe, Dr Robert Edwards and their supporting staff in November 1977.

The Royal Oldham Hospital, Maternity Unit, Rochdale Road, Oldham, United Kingdom

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Patrick Steptoe 1913-1988 Sir Robert Edwards 1925-2013 Jean Purdy 1945-1985 developed IVF, leading to the world's first 'test-tube baby' established a research laboratory here in 1971

Dr Kershaw’s Hospice, Oldham, United Kingdom

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J. B. S. Haldane 1892-1964 polymath biologist known for his contributions to genetics and his visionary writing studied at this school 1898-1905

The Oxford Preparatory School (now The Dragon School), Oxford, United Kingdom

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