June 15, 2020
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Charlotte Auerbach TImeline
⟶ Updated 7 Dec 2017 ⟶
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Charlotte Auerbach was born.
Auerbach takes noncurricular course on chromosones and mitosis. Describes it as "One of the few spiritual experiences of [her] life."
Auerbach passes her secondary education exam for teachers in science with distinction.
Auerbach receives her PhD from the University of Edinburgh.
“Civil Service Law” is passed in Germany.
Auerbach receives her British naturalisation papers.
Auerbach begins researching effects on Drosophilia when exposed to Mustard gas with the help of J.M. Robson.
Auerbach and Robson able to prove Mustard Gas is mutagenic.
Auerbach recieves Keith Prize of the Royal Society of Edinburgh.
Auerbach receives Professor Emeritus after retiring from the University of Edinburgh.
Charlotte Auerbach passes away.
Auerbach works underneath Otto Mangold, studying Developmental Physiology.
Auerbach and Robson unable to publish results from research.
Auerbach teaches science at a secondary school for girls.
Auerbach served as Honorary Director of the Unit of Mutagenesis Research at the University of Edinburgh.
Auerbach attends school in Würzburg.
Auerbach attends school in Berlin, studying Chemistry.
Auerbach attends school in Berlin, studying Biology.
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