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Hal Dixon (biochemist)

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Henry Berkeley Franks Dixon D.Sc. (16 May 1928 – 30 July 2008) was an Irish biochemist and Life Fellow of King's College, Cambridge. Born in Dublin, the youngest son of Henry Horatio Dixon, he was interested in science from a young age; his discovery of an optical illusion arising from binocular vision was described by his father in Nature Magazine when he was only nine years old. After education at Shrewsbury School he was awarded a scholarship in 1946 to study Natural Sciences at King's College, Cambridge where his elder brother Kendal was a fellow, achieving firsts in Part I and Part II and specialising in biochemistry. He remained at King's for his graduate studies on peptide hormones, supervised by Frank Young, and was awarded a Ph.D. in 1954. In 1953 he was elected to a Life Fellowship at King's, where he remained for the whole of his academic career, holding the positions of Financial T
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