Frances Arnold (nascite 1956 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, SUA) es un chimico e ganiator del Premio Nobel.

Frances H. Arnold
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Sexo feminin
Nascentia 1956-07-25 (Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania)
Citatania Statos Unite de America
Educate in Princeton University, University of California, Berkeley[*]
Occupation biochimico, inventor, professor universitari[*], ingeniero[*], researcher[*], teacher[*]
Conjuge Jay Bailey[*]
Parentes patre William Howard Arnold[*]
Premios National Medal of Technology and Innovation[*], Charles Stark Draper Prize[*], Millennium Technology Prize[*], Garvan–Olin Medal[*], FASEB Excellence in Science Award[*], National Inventors Hall of Fame[*], Premio Nobel pro Chimia, Raymond and Beverly Sackler Prize in Convergence Research[*], Society of Women Engineers Achievement Award[*], Fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineering[*], 100 Women[*], Fellow of the American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering[*], Bower Award and Prize for Achievement in Science[*], Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences[*], Benjamin Franklin Medal[*], Member of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States[*], AAAS Fellow[*]
Lingua anglese
ISNI 0000 0000 5636 7339
VIAF 79529046
Commons Frances Arnold

In 2018 illa ha ganiate le Premio Nobel pro Chimia "pro le evolution dirigite de enzymas." Su portion del premio era un medie; le altere medie era co-ganiate per George P. Smith e Sir Gregory P. Winter.

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