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Chemist Percy Julian captures spirit of black history celebration scientist

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Research of Percy Julian , First Synthesis of Glaucoma Drug, Named National Historic Chemical Landmark

.Washington, DC -- The world's largest scientific society, the American Chemical.Society, will designate the research of African-American scientist Percy Lavon.Julian (1899-1975) a National Historic Chemical Landmark. Julian was the first.to.make the anti-glaucoma drug physostigmine synthetically, a necessary step to.making the drug widely available. A plaque honoring his work will be presente...

Media Alert: Percy Julian Honored

.In Anaheim, 3/18-3/25: .714-740-4558 .FAX: 714-740-4555 or 4556 .Anaheim Hilton .Mezzanine 11/12, 3rd Fl.. . .To celebrate the 100th anniversary of black chemist Percy Julian's birth.and accomplishments, the American Chemical society is sponsoring a special.symposium highlighting his contributions and pioneering research in the chemical.synthesis of pharmaceuticals....
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