Carolyn Ruth Bertozzi is an American chemist and Nobel laureate, known for her wide-ranging work spanning both chemistry and biology. She coined the term "bioorthogonal chemistry" for chemical reactions... Wikipedia
- Born: Carolyn Ruth Bertozzi, October 10, 1966, Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.
- Education: Harvard University (AB), University of California, Berkeley (MS, PhD)
- Known for: Bioorthogonal chemistry
- Relatives: Andrea Bertozzi (sister)
- Awards: MacArthur Foundation Fellowship (1999), ACS Award in Pure Chemistry (2001), Lemelson-MIT Prize (2010), Heinrich Wieland Prize (2012), Wolf Prize (2022), Welch Award in Chemistry (2022), Nobel Prize in Chemistry (2022)
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