Subject Source: Art & Architecture Thesaurus
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
The Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Images Collection consists of black and white and color negatives, slides, prints and CD-ROMs of digital images of people and events relating to ninety years of Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory history.
Abstract The Walter Gilbert Collection documents the scientific career of Nobel Prize winning scientist Walter “Wally” Gilbert. It includes material accrued while a student (Sidwell Friends School, Harvard University, Cambridge University), professor (Harvard University), and as a pioneering entrepreneur in the field of biotechnology (Biogen). The collection includes course notebooks, lecture notes and teaching files, scientific papers, correspondence, photographs, memorabilia, clippings, and...
Abstract Documenting the personal life and professional activities of 1969 Nobelist Dr.A.D. Hershey, the Alfred Day Hershey Collection consists of personal and professional correspondence;academic publications, honors and awards; and records of research conducted at the Carnegie Institute ofWashington at Cold Spring Harbor, New York. It is divided into three record groups: Record Group I:Professional Papers, 1949-1997; Record Group II: Personal Papers, 1918-2000; and Record Group III:Photographs,...
Abstract The Dr. Janet Mertz Collection is comprised of materials accumulated during her time at the graduate school of Stanford University. A majority of the materials are laboratory notebooks and slides from work in Paul Berg’s lab in the biochemistry department, and the research leading up to and following the creation of the first recombinant DNA. The collection also includes her 1975 thesis and email correspondence with producers Meredith DeSalazar and Lily Garrison for two separate...
Dates: Majority of material found within 1970-1975
Abstract 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...