Klaus Weber

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Klaus Weber and his wife Mary Osborn in a forest in Germany in 1982. This was on one of the "Betriebsausflug" days when a company, lab or other work group basically just goes off somewhere and messes around, eating, drinking, socializing and playing games.

Klaus Weber (5 April 1936 – 8 August 2016) was a German biologist. He was known for his many important works to biochemistry, cell biology, and molecular biology, and was for many years the director of the Laboratory of Biochemistry and Cell Biology at the Max Planck Institute for Biophysical Chemistry in Göttingen, Germany. He was born in Łódź, Poland.

Weber died on 8 August 2016 in Göttingen, Germany at the age of 80.[1]

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