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CAROL B. NORRIS
|Birth||May 31, 1902|
B.Sc., chemistry, University of Minnesota; Assistant|
Chemist, Russell Miller Milling Co.
|1927||Chief Chemist, Russell Miller Milling Co.|
|1935||Ph.D., biochemistry, University of Minnesota|
Vice President, Director of Research, Member of the Board|
of Directors, Russell Miller Milling Co.
Thomas Burr Osborne Medal, American Association of|
|1953||Outstanding Achievement Award, University of Minnesota|
|1954||Garvan Medal, American Chemical Society|