Joshua Lederberg papers, 1904-2008.
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The Genetics Society of America was established in 1931 out of the combination of the Joint Genetics Section of the American Society of Zoologists and the Botanical Society of America, with the aim of facilitating communication among scientists with an interest in research and education in genetics and cognate fields. Periodically, the Society has taken an active stance on issues of public policy relating to genetics, most notably in the debate over the putatively heritable correlat...
Early geneticist whose early work with paramecium was critical to the discovery of genetic recombination. Sonneborn taught and conducted most of his important work at Indiana University, 1939-1981. In 1959 the National Academy of Science presented the Kimber Award for Genetics to Sonneborn. From the description of Sonneborn laboratory abstracts and papers, ca. 1931-1979. (Indiana University). WorldCat record id: 62198002 From the description of Sonneborn reprint collection, ...
The National Academy of Sciences, founded in Washington, D. C., in 1863, grew out of a desire for a body of scientists to give advice on scientific matters to the federal government. Joseph Henry, first Secretary of the Smithsonian, was a force behind its creation. From the description of National Academy of Sciences, 1863-1887 Records. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 78403445 ...
Bernard D. Davis, 1916-1994, AB, 1936, Harvard College; MD, 1940, Harvard Medical School, was a bacteriologist at Harvard Medical School from 1957 to 1984, and was named Adele Lehman Professor of Bacterial Physiology and Director of the Bacterial Physiology Unit in 1968. Davis's research focused on protein synthesis, aminoglycides, ribosomes and protein transport; he also conducted innovative gene studies. From the description of Papers, 1960-1993. (Harvard University). WorldCat reco...