An American biochemist who earned the Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 1984 for his invention of solid phase peptide synthesis. He was also honored the Association of Biomolecular Reference Facilities Prize in 1998 for his efforts to Biomolecular Technology. He graduated from UCLA using a level in chemistry. In 1993, he released his autobiography, Lifestyle Throughout a Golden Age group of Peptide Chemistry. He previously six children along with his wife Elizabeth Furlong following the few wedded in 1949. He gained the Nobel Award in Chemistry 3 years after Roald Hoffmann do.