Benjamin Lotsoff Death – Benjamin “Ben” Lotsoff, a resident of Chicago, Illinois, a first-year student at Brown University in Rhode Island who was studying chemistry and lived in Providence has passed away. He was announced dead by Brown University on Monday, April 24th, 2023. “We are deeply saddened to share news of the death of a beloved member of our community. Benjamin Lotsoff, an undergraduate student concentrating in chemistry who lived off-campus in Providence, has passed away.” He will be greatly missed by his peers, professors, and loved ones.
About Benjamin Lotsoff
Benjamin Lotsoff was raised in a suburb of Chicago. 2018 saw him graduate from high school, where he excelled on the classical trombone, ran cross country, and was recognized as an Illinois State Scholar. Ben was raised in a suburb of Chicago. He graduated from high school in 2018, where he excelled at playing classical trombone, ran cross country, and was recognized as an Illinois State Scholar.
Ben was a brilliant and ambitious chemistry student who was also very smart, nice, considerate, and hilarious. Ben was an exceptionally curious student who had a strong interest in chemical synthesis. He enjoyed studying about how scientists in the past, without access to modern technology and apparatus, tackled challenging scientific challenges because he wanted to think broadly.
Benjamin Lotsoff Hobbies
Ben had started research into the complicated chemical mechanism that produces vitamin B12, trying to mimic each interaction. He dived deeply into issues and spent a lot of time researching and debating concepts with other students and chemistry department instructors. A passionate and adventurous food lover, he also immersed himself in music, independently studied architecture, and enjoyed foods from many other countries.
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Benjamin Lotsoff’s obituary and funeral arrangements will be released by the family at a later date.
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