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X-ray crystallography timeline
5 Dec 2017
1895 - Wilhelm Röntgen discovers X-rays
1912 - Max von Laue discovers X-ray diffraction
1913 - W. H. Bragg and W. L. Bragg establish Bragg's Law
1914- Max von Laue wins Nobel Prize
1915 - W.H Bragg and W.L. Bragg win Nobel Prize
1929 - Kathleen Lonsdale proves structure of benzene
1962 - Watson & Crick win Nobel Prize for discovery of DNA structure by using X-ray crystallography
1952 - Fischer and Wolfgang Pfab use X-ray diffraction to describe structure of Ferrocene
1971 - Protein Data Bank (pdb) is created to visualise, store and search protein structures.
1936 - Peter Debye wins Nobel Prize for his contribution in the study of molecular structure and explaining dipole moments
2009 - Nobel Prize won by Yonath et. al. for using crystallography to determine structure of ribosome.
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