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Prof. Elisabeth Klemm was my Ph.D. supervisor in Jena, Germany, at Friedrich-Schiller University. She dedicated her entire life to synthetic polymer chemistry. She has enriched the lives of countless graduate students and has sacrificed everything for them. Having given all of her time to science and therefore having no children of her own, she officially inherited "honorary children" in the form of her group members, whom she has blessed with her knowledge and kindness. She changed my life in a very profound way and I would not be where I am today without her.
Submitted by: Lisa Studnicki
The rule of the good guy is that you can't call yourself a good guy. This week I read about the efforts of former President Jimmy Carter to eradicate Guinea worm disease. "Mr. Carter is hands-on, visiting these countries and affected villages himself. Having a U.S. president visit is a big deal for despots and [...]
I would like to honour Sister Siti Soltief and Robert Sihombing as heroes. Sister Siti is a nurse, and was among the first of the staff to encounter AIDS patients in the hospital where she worked. Instead of reacting with fear, she and Robert chose to educate themselves about the disease. In Indonesia, there is [...]
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