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Tadeus Reichstein was born in Woclawek, Poland, on 20 July 1897, some 11 years later than his co-discoverer of cortisone, Edward Kendall. His family later moved to Switzerland, where he was naturalised and changed his surname from Brockmann. He studied Chemistry in Zurich; after graduating he worked for many years analysing the aroma and compounds in coffee and chicory, sponsored by an industrial firm. In the 1930s he moved to the Pharmaceutical Institute at the University of Basel, where he worked until his retirement. His official biography on the Nobel website reports:
Tadeus Reichstein died on August 1, 1996, aged 99. He was awarded the Nobel Prize on 10 Dec 1950.