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Meet Percy Julian

Dr. Charles Margerison

Meet Percy Julian, an amazing chemist who was responsible for major breakthroughs in the use of soyabean oil, steroids and cortisone. He was one of the first African Americans to receive a doctorate in chemistry and the first African-American chemist inducted into the National Academy of Sciences. Born in Montgomery, Alabama, in 1899, he faced the struggles of segregation. He beat all odds by getting his high school education, being accepted into university and finally going on to study at Harvard. His intellectual perseverance and conviction resulted in key breakthroughs in chemistry. Be inspired by this amazing story as it comes alive through BioViews®, a short biographical story, similar to an interview. These inspirational audios from Amazing People Worldwide® provide a new way of learning about amazing people who made major contributions and changed our world.

Meet Percy Julian, an amazing chemist who was responsible for major breakthroughs in the use of soyabean oil, steroids and cortisone. He was one of the first African Americans to receive a doctorate in chemistry and the first African-American chemist inducted into the National Academy of Sciences. Born in Montgomery, Alabama, in 1899, he faced the struggles of segregation. He beat all odds by getting his high school education, being accepted into university and finally going on to study at Harvard. His intellectual perseverance and conviction resulted in key breakthroughs in chemistry. Be inspired by this amazing story as it comes alive through BioViews®, a short biographical story, similar to an interview. These inspirational audios from Amazing People Worldwide® provide a new way of learning about amazing people who made major contributions and changed our world.
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Meet Percy Julian, an amazing chemist who was responsible for major breakthroughs in the use of soyabean oil, steroids and cortisone. He was one of the first African Americans to receive a doctorate in chemistry and the first African-American chemist inducted into the National Academy of Sciences. Born in Montgomery, Alabama, in 1899, he faced the struggles of segregation. He beat all odds by getting his high school education, being accepted into university and finally going on to study at Harvard. His intellectual perseverance and conviction resulted in key breakthroughs in chemistry. Be inspired by this amazing story as it comes alive through BioViews®, a short biographical story, similar to an interview. These inspirational audios from Amazing People Worldwide® provide a new way of learning about amazing people who made major contributions and changed our world.

Language:

English

Narrators:

Various Narrators

Length:

7m


Chapters

Chapter 1
Chapter 1

00:42


Chapter 2
Chapter 2

06:44


Chapter 3
Chapter 3

00:22