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Together they moved to Oxford and had a profound influence on the work on penicillin during the war. In 1975 he received the Nobel Prize in Chemistry for his work on the stereochemistry of enzyme-catalyzed reactions. He received his Nobel Prize with Vladimir Prelog in 1975 and was knighted in 1977.
He is a member of the Royal Society and is still very active in chemistry research at Sussex University. This section from longer archive recordings shows his warmth and personality, and gives an insight into an amazing man who has overcome deafness to pursue a brilliant career in science. He was awarded the Australian of the Year in 1975.
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