|Birth Day||June 1, 1917|
|Age||103 YEARS OLD|
An American chemist who the 2001 Nobel Prize in Chemistry for his work in asymmetric synthesis.
He attended graduate school at Columbia University after getting his BA in chemistry from Harvard University.
He was the first to apply enantioselective metal catalysis to industrial-scale synthesis.
He had four children with his wife Nancy, who he was married to for 68 years.
He won the Nobel Prize two years before Peter Agre did.