Linus Pauling vs Emma Watson

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Chemist, Biochemist
British actress
Net worth 2018
$70 Million
Scientists
Industry
Film & Theater Personalities
Portland
Residence
Paris, France
United States
Country
British
28/02/1901
BirthDay
15/04/1990
August 19, 1994
Died On
Height
1.65 m
Oregon State University ( known then as Oregon Agricultural College), Washington High School
Education
Dragon School in Oxford
NET WORTH STATISTIC
TIMELINE
2008

On March 6, 2008, a 41 cent stamp was released in his honour by the United States Postal Service

1986

In 1986, he authored another edition on the health benefits of vitamin C titled, ‘How to live longer and Feel Better’

1974

He continued to work as a peace activist and in 1974, co-founded the ‘International League of Humanists’, an organisation with the primary objective of promoting peace and human rights

1970

In 1970, his book titled ‘Vitamin C and the Common Cold’ was published

1965

In 1965, he authored a research paper titled, ‘Close-Packed Spheron Model of the atomic nucleus’, which was published in some of the well-respected journals including ‘Science’

1960

During the 1960s, he opposed America’s involvement in the Vietnam War, for this cause he made many public speeches and signed protest letters and petitions

1958

In 1958, he participated in the ‘Baby Tooth Survey’, that demonstrated the dangers of above-ground nuclear testing

1955

In 1955, along with fellow colleagues from the scientific community like Albert Einstein and Bertrand Russell he signed the ‘Russell-Einstein Manifesto’, an appeal to seek peaceful resolutions and put an end to nuclear weapons

1949

In 1949, along with fellow scientists he authored a paper titled ‘Sickle Cell Anemia, a Molecular Disease’, which was published in the journal ‘Science’

1946

In 1946, he became a member of the Emergency Committee of Atomic Scientists, an organisation that warned the public of the hazards associated with the development of nuclear weapons

1939

Published in 1939, his book ‘The Nature of the Chemical Bond’ is one of the most influential books ever published in the field of chemistry and it has been cited as a reference in many important journals and scientific papers

1932

In 1932, he published a paper on the concept of ‘hybridization of atomic orbitals’ and analysed the ‘tetravalency’ of the ‘carbon atom’

1930

In 1930, he travelled to Europe to study the use of ‘electrons’ in ‘diffraction’ and after he returned, he built an instrument called the ‘electron diffraction instrument’ to study the ‘molecular structure’ of chemical substances

1927

In 1927, he became the assistant professor of ‘theoretical chemistry’ at the California Institute of Technology and during his five year stay at the institute he published fifty papers and invented the ‘Pauling’s rules’

1925

While he was pursuing his graduate studies, he published seven papers on the crystal structure of minerals and in 1925 he received a Ph

1923

On June 17, 1923 he married Ava Helen Miller and the marriage lasted until her death in 1981

1922

In 1922, he graduated from the Oregon State University with a degree in chemical engineering, after which he attended the California Institute of Technology

1917

Before he attended Oregon State University in 1917, he took a number of odd jobs—worked part time at a grocery store, as an apprentice machinist and also set up a photography laboratory with his friends—in order to earn enough money to fund his college expenses

2013

In 2013, she appeared in ‘The Bling Ring’, based on the ‘Bling Ring’ robberies, where she played the role of Nicki

2012

She was also cast in the film adaptation of ‘The Perks of Being a Wallflower’, which released in September 2012

2009

The final installment of the Harry Potter series was split into two parts; ‘Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 1’ and ‘Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows- Part 2’, both of which were filmed between 2009 and 2011

2004

From 2004 to 2009 , she enjoyed continued success with the Harry Potter films in the fourth, fifth and the sixth installments; viz

2003

She left Dragon School in 2003 and as a result of her busy filming schedules she was tutored for her GCSE exams for over 5 hours a day

2001

Her debut-screen performance in 2001, garnered the attention of critics and audiences from around the globe and avid fans soon related Watson to the character of ‘Hermione Granger’ in the book

1999

She was finally chosen to reprise the role of the brainy, Hermione Granger for the Harry Potter franchise in 1999, which was her first professional breakthrough