Sir Geoffrey Wilkinson

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English chemist honored for his research on pollutants in car exhausts (born in 1921)

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Geoffrey Wilkinson died after he dived in to help 17-year-old Victoria, who had become entangled in a wire under their racing dinghy at Kielder Water, in Northumberland, during a competition.
He also received an ACS Cope Scholar Award in 2001, the Sir Geoffrey Wilkinson Medal in 2002, the August Wilhelm von Hofmann Medal from the German Chemical Society in 2005, and the F.
Geoffrey Wilkinson (1973) was a British citizen; spent two years in Canada before going to the US and UK where he received his award at Imperial College.
KEEN Nostalgia reader Geoffrey Wilkinson, of Lepton, rescued this historic sporting photograph when he spotted it in a family member's old hut waiting to be thrown out
He will be joined there by the Alliance's Executive Vice President Geoffrey Wilkinson.