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Today In Medical History – November 1

November 1:

(1) (1585) Polish polymath Jan Brożek was 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.

(2) (1666) English apothecary and botanist James Sherard was born. As a botanist, he studied and collected rare plants in England.

(3) (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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