Arthur Amos Noyes (1866-1936)
He was an educator and chemist who was president of the American Chemical Society, a member of the National Academy of Sciences, and was appointed acting president of M.I.T. in 1907. He served in this role for only two years and returned to laboratory research. He left an enduring mark on American chemistry through his innovative textbooks and his creative institution building.
- 1905 circa 15 years
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