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Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory

EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTION

Private, prestigious, non-profit research and education institution. Founded 1890, originally as a biology research outpost of the Brooklyn Institute of Arts and Sciences (now the Brooklyn Museum). Largely underwritten by Carnegie Institution for Science from 1904-61.

Location:
Cold Spring Harbor, NY

Founding Date:
1890

Official Website:
http://www.cshl.edu/

STUDENTS

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
David Baltimore
Biologist
7-Mar-1938   Co-Discoverer, reverse transcriptase
Carol W. Greider
Scientist
15-Apr-1961   Co-Discoverer of telomerase
Susan Hockfield
Educator
24-Mar-1951   President of MIT
Oscar Riddle
Biologist
27-Sep-1877 29-Nov-1968 Prolactin
Richard J. Roberts
Scientist
6-Sep-1943   Eukaryotic (split) genes
Phillip A. Sharp
Biologist
6-Jun-1944   Eukaryotic (split) genes
Meg Whitman
Business
4-Aug-1956   CEO of Hewlett-Packard
Sewall Wright
Biologist
21-Dec-1889 3-Mar-1988 Mathematics of evolution

TEACHERS AND PROFESSORS

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Barbara McClintock
Scientist
16-Jun-1902 2-Sep-1992 Discovered transposable genes

ADMINISTRATORS AND TRUSTEES

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Jeff Hawkins
Inventor
1-Jun-1957   Inventor of the Palm Pilot and Treo
Susan Hockfield
Educator
24-Mar-1951   President of MIT
James Watson
Scientist
6-Apr-1928   Co-Discoverer of DNA


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