Haworth, (Walter) Norman (1880–1950)
British organic chemist and Fellow of the Royal Society. Educated at Manchester
and Göttingen, he held academic posts in London, St. Andrews, and Newcastle
and was Director of Chemistry at Birmingham in the period 1925–48.
He determined the constitution of vitamin
C and various carbohydrates, sharing the 1937 Nobel Prize in Chemistry
with Paul Karrer for this work.