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Britton Chance

The molecular biologist’s early studies helped lay the groundwork for magnetic resonance imaging of humans. He was also an accomplished sailor, winning the gold medal in yachting in the 1952 Helsinki Olympics….

Chance developed a technique called “stopped-flow spectrophotometry.”…

In the 1970s, he was the first to use magnetic resonance spectroscopy on a whole organ, the brain of a hedgehog……

In the 1950s and ’60s, he led the U.S. national governing body of sailing….

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