Heinrich Otto Wieland
Heinrich Otto Wieland (June 4th 1877 - August 5th 1957) was a German Chimiste , prize winner of the Nobel Prize of chemistry in 1927 for its research on the biliary Acid . It also contributed to the determination of the chemical structure of the Morphine and the Strychnine. In 1917, it succeeded Adolf von Baeyer as chemistry teacher with the Université of Munich.
Wieland successfully tried to protect the people who were persecuted racialement following the Lois of Nuremberg, and in particular the Jewish students. The students who were expelled because of their race could remain in the group of Heinrich Wieland as laboratory assistants or like " Gäste of Geheimrats" (guests of the secret council). One of the pupils of its pupils, Hans Leipelt, was condemned to died following a money collection for the widow of Kurt Huber, Clara Huber.
Wieland was titular of the order For the Merit and of the federal Croix of the merit.
- Biography on the site of the foundation Nobel
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