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Biographical entry Nelson, Eva

Born
Vienna, Austria
Occupation
Applied chemist
Alternative Names
  • Klein, Eva (maiden name)

Summary

Eva Nelson worked in the research laboratories of Kodak (Australasia) from 1958 to 1966. She developed a new method of purifying one of Kodak's used solvents.

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Events

1945
Education - Master of Science (MSc) completed at the University of Melbourne
1946 - 1949
Career position - Demonstrator in Chemistry at the University of Melbourne
1950 - 1951
Career position - Senior Demonstrator at the University of Melbourne
1951
Education - Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) completed at the University of Melbourne
c. 1951 - c. 1953
Career position - Nicholas [pharmaceutical company]
c. 1954 - c. 1955
Career position - Nicholas [pharmaceutical company]
1958 - 1966
Career position - Hortico
1967
Career position - Worked under Professor Olof Samuelson in Sweden
1968 - 1976
Career position - Research laboratories of Kodak (Australasia)
c. 1976 - 1986
Career position - Demonstrator in the Chemistry School at the University of Melbourne (part-time)
1986
Education - Bachelor of Arts (BA) completed at the University of Melbourne

Published resources

Encyclopedia of Australian Science Exhibitions

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