Konrad Bloch Quotes: I Would Not Be Among You To Night Being

I Would Not Be Among You To-night (being Awarded The 1964 Nobel Prize In Physiology Or Medicine) But For The Mentors, Colleagues And Students Who Have Guided And Aided Me Throughout My Scientific Life. I Wish I Could Name Them All And Tell You Their Contributions. More, However, Than Anyone Else It Was The Late Rudolf Schoenheimer, A Brilliant Scholar And A Man Of Infectious Enthusiasm, Who Introduced Me To The Wonders Of Biochemistry. Ever Since, I Have Been Happy To Have Chosen Science As My Career, And, To Borrow A Phrase Of Jacques Barzun, Have Felt That 'Science Is, In The Best And Strictest Sense, Glorious Entertainment'.
— Konrad Bloch —

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