Frances H. Arnold
Frances Hamilton Arnold
July 25, 1956
|Alma mater||Princeton University, University of California, Berkeley|
|Awards||Garvan–Olin Medal (2005)|
FASEB Excellence in Science Award (2007)
Draper Prize (2011)
National Medal of Technology and Innovation (2013)
Raymond and Beverly Sackler Prize in Convergence Research (2017)
Millennium Technology Prize
Nobel Prize in Chemistry (2018)
|Doctoral advisor||Harvey Warren Blanch|
|Notable students||Christopher Voigt, Huimin Zhao|
Frances Hamilton Arnold (born July 25, 1956) is an American chemist and engineer. She is known for her methods of directed evolution to create useful biological systems, including enzymes, metabolic pathways, genetic regulatory circuits, and organisms.
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- "The Nobel Prize in Chemistry 2018" (PDF). The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences. Retrieved October 3, 2018.