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Scope and Contents Charles Sherr, cancer researcher, is interviewed by Mila Pollock on June 15, 2002, at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, in Cold Spring Harbor, New York.Scene 1. Becoming a scientist -- Scene 2. Virology research -- Scene 3. First visit to Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory -- Scene 4. Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory: Symposia and meetings -- Scene 5. Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory: Board of Trustees -- Scene 6. Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Scientist: David Beach -- Scene 7. Advice for young...
Scope and Contents In this meeting participants (including sociologists and economists) discussed the early days of biotechnology and examined how the scientific and business worlds came together. Participants included: Richard Roberts, Charles Weissmann, MaryAnn Feldman, Robert Olby. See http://library.cshl.edu/Meetings/HistBiotech/index.html.
Overview The Charles Weissmann Biogen Collection documents the genesis of the biotechnology company Biogen through the files of Charles Weissmann, an original collaborator and board member. The collection is mainly institutional correspondence and administrative and financial records. Biogen is renown for its work with interferons: proteins which are made and released by host cells in response to pathogens.
Found in: Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Archives
Overview The Norton Zinder Collection documents the academic life and career of Norton Zinder a geneticist and microbiologist, Professor Emeritus at the Rockefeller University, and trustee of the Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory. Zinder was an active participant in five dynamic decades of biological science, emerging from the confines of the laboratory to national and international arenas addressing political and moral issues such as recombinant DNA research guidelines, the demilitarization of chemical...