Frederick Sanger was an English biochemist. He won the Nobel Prize for Chemistry twice, one of only two people to have done so in the same category, and one of only four people to win two Nobels in general.
|Full Name||Frederick Sanger|
|Birth Date||August 13, 1918|
|Death Date||November 19, 2013|
|Born||Rendcomb, Gloucestershire, England, UK|
|Died||Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England, UK|
|Cause of Death||old age|
|Education||University of Cambridge|
|Father||Frederick Sanger Sr.|
|Mother||Cicely Crewdson Sanger|
|Spouse||Margaret Joan Howe|
Sally Joan Sanger
Sanger was briefly taught by Frederick Gowland Hopkins in 1936.
Sanger attended a lecture given by Joseph Needham in 1936.