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1961 In Science

            List of years in science       (table)
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The year 1961 in science and technology involved some significant events, listed below.

Contents

  • Astronomy and space exploration 1
  • Biochemistry 2
  • Chemistry 3
  • Geophysics 4
  • Mathematics 5
  • Medicine 6
  • Pharmacology 7
  • Physics 8
  • Psychology 9
  • Zoology 10
  • Awards 11
  • Births 12
  • Deaths 13
  • References 14

Astronomy and space exploration

Biochemistry

Chemistry

Geophysics

Mathematics

Medicine

Pharmacology

Physics

Psychology

Zoology

Awards

Births

Deaths

References

  1. ^ Abraham, E. P.; Newton, G. G. F. (May 1961). "Structure of cephalosporin C".  
  2. ^ "Disc Electrophoresis". Retrieved 2011-10-16. 
  3. ^ Ornstein, Leonard (1964). "Disc Electrophoresis".  
  4. ^ Birch, Francis (1961). "The velocity of compressional waves in rocks to 10 kilobars. Part 2".  
  5. ^ Birch, Francis (1961). "Composition of the Earth's mantle".  
  6. ^ Crilly, Tony (2007). 50 Mathematical Ideas you really need to know. London: Quercus. p. 93.  
  7. ^ Lenhoff, Howard M.; Teele, Rita L.; Clarkson, Patricia M.; Berdon, Walter E. (2010). "John C. P. Williams of Williams-Beuren syndrome". Pediatric Radiology 41 (2): 267–269.  
  8. ^ Adams, S. S. (1992). "The propionic acids: A personal perspective". Journal of clinical pharmacology 32 (4): 317–323.  
  9. ^ "The story of Ibuprofen". Nottingham:  
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