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Today In Medical History – November 1

November 1:

  • (1585) Polish polymath Jan Brożek is born. As a mathematician, he wrote about the theory of numbers and researched why bees create hexagonal honeycombs, which he determined was because this was the most efficient way of storing honey.
  • (1666) English apothecary and botanist James Sherard is born. As a botanist, he studied and collected rare plants in England.
  • (1848) The first US women’s medical school opens in Boston.
  • (1993) Spanish physician and biochemist Severo Ochoa passes away. He shared the 1959 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for his work on the synthesis of RNA.
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