This MFPL (Max F.Perutz Laboratories) design tells a short summary of the scientific story of Max F. Perutz:
In 1935 he graduated in Chemistry at the University of Vienna. Then he studied the horse’s hemoglobin using X-ray diffraction. Max F. Perutz and John Kendrew solved the structure of hemoglobin , for which they were awarded the Nobel Prize in chemistry in 1962.
From left to right are shown:
1914 (year of birth), Max F. Perutz, University of Vienna, Hemoglobin, A horse with the gold atom, Structure of hemoglobin, X-ray diffraction, Three-dimensional model of the hemoglobin molecule, Nobel Prize, 2002 (year of death).
The story is inside of the logo of MFPL in liquid state to show the life of science and its constant evolution from past to current times.