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Who is Alexander Hollaender?
Alexander Hollaender was one of the world's leading researchers in radiation biology and in genetic mutations. In 1983 he was given the Enrico Fermi Award by the United States Department of Energy for his contributions in founding the science of radiation biology, and for his leadership in promoting "scientific exchanges" between American scientists and scientists from developing countries.
- born in (117 years ago)
- written works: "Radiation biology", "Biosaline Concept"
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