Born: Feb 10, 1846 AD
Died: 1927 AD, at 81 years of age.
1846 - Born in New York City on the 10th of February.
1867 - He earned an MD from the College of Physicians and Surgeons.
1875 - After researching pure chemistry at University of Tübingen, Remsen returned to the United States and became a professor at Williams College, where he wrote the popular "Theoretical Chemistry".
1879 - He founded the American Chemical Journal which he edited for 35 years.
1879 - He made the greatest discovery of his career by accident.
1880 - He named the substance saccharin and he and his research partner Constantine Fahlberg published their finding.
1912 - He stepped down as president and retired to Carmel, California.
1927 - Died on the 4th of March.
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