Emmanuel Fauré-Fremiet

Emmanuel Fauré-Fremiet
Born29 November 1883
Died6 November 1971
AwardsFellow of the Royal Society[1]
Scientific career
InstitutionsCollège de France
University of Paris

Emmanuel Fauré-Fremiet ForMemRS[1] (1883–1971) was a French biologist.[2]


He was the son of composer Gabriel Fauré, and Marie Fremiet (daughter of sculptor Emmanuel Frémiet).[1]

He was a professor at the Sorbonne, and the Collège de France. At the Institut de Biologie Physicochimique (the Rothschild Institute), he developed diffraction X-Ray, and electron microscopy with Boris Ephrussi.[3]

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