Emmanuel Fauré-Fremiet

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Emmanuel Fauré-Fremiet
Born 29 November 1883
Paris
Died 6 November 1971
Paris
Institutions Collège de France
University of Paris
Notable awards Fellow of the Royal Society[1]

Emmanuel Fauré-Fremiet ForMemRS[1] (1883–1971) was a French biologist.[2]

Life[edit]

He was the son of Gabriel Fauré, and Marie Fremiet (daughter of Emmanuel Frémiet).[1]

He was a professor at the Sorbonne, and the Collège de France. At the Institut de Biologie Physicochimique (the Rothschild Institute), he developed diffraction X-Ray, and electron microscopy with Boris Ephrussi.[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c Willmer, E. N. (1972). "Emmanuel Fauré-Fremiet 1883-1971". Biographical Memoirs of Fellows of the Royal Society. 18: 187. doi:10.1098/rsbm.1972.0006. 
  2. ^ Corliss, J. O. (1972). "A Man to Remember, E. Fauré-Fremiet (1883-1971): Three-Quarters of a Century of Progress in Protozoology*". The Journal of Protozoology. 19 (3): 389–400. PMID 4561484. doi:10.1111/j.1550-7408.1972.tb03486.x. 
  3. ^ Lawrence D. Kritzman, Brian J. Reilly, M. B. DeBevoise, eds. (2006). The Columbia history of twentieth-century French thought. Columbia University Press. ISBN 978-0-231-10791-4.