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Bacteriophages

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Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 373 Collections and/or Records:

Handwritten letter from William Dove to Sydney Brenner, 5/9/1975

 Item — Box CP04, Folder: 29
Identifier: SB_1_1_163_12
Scope and Contents From the Series: The Correspondence series consists of incoming and outgoing handwritten and typed letters, carbons, postcards, faxes, and telegrams generated during Sydney Brenner's career. The bulk of this series covers the late 1940s to the 2000s. Correspondents include over 30 Nobel laureates, as well as biochemists, geneticists, students, publishers, and others. Highlights of the collection include the correspondence from Francis Crick, with whom Brenner shared an office for 20 years. Topics covered...
Dates: 5/9/1975

Handwritten letter from Winston A. Salser to Sydney Brenner, 1965

 Item — Box 15, Folder: 6
Identifier: SB_1_1_580_1
Scope and Contents From the Series: The Correspondence series consists of incoming and outgoing handwritten and typed letters, carbons, postcards, faxes, and telegrams generated during Sydney Brenner's career. The bulk of this series covers the late 1940s to the 2000s. Correspondents include over 30 Nobel laureates, as well as biochemists, geneticists, students, publishers, and others. Highlights of the collection include the correspondence from Francis Crick, with whom Brenner shared an office for 20 years. Topics covered...
Dates: 1965

Handwritten note from Matthew Meselson to Sydney Brenner, 15/02/1961

 Item — Box 10, Folder: 24
Identifier: SB_1_1_415_28
Scope and Contents From the Series: The Correspondence series consists of incoming and outgoing handwritten and typed letters, carbons, postcards, faxes, and telegrams generated during Sydney Brenner's career. The bulk of this series covers the late 1940s to the 2000s. Correspondents include over 30 Nobel laureates, as well as biochemists, geneticists, students, publishers, and others. Highlights of the collection include the correspondence from Francis Crick, with whom Brenner shared an office for 20 years. Topics covered...
Dates: 15/02/1961

James Watson (Oral History), 2003-07-25

 Item — Box AV03, miniDV: CSHL1189
Scope and Contents James D. Watson, Nobel Prize winning scientist best known for his discovery with Francis Crick of the double-helical structure of DNA, is interviewed by Mila Pollock and Jan Witkowski in Cold Spring Harbor, New York, on July 25, 2003. The videorecording is part of the Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Archives Oral History Project.Dr. Watson recalls the individuals, meetings and conversations which occurred during the mid-1980s surrounding the nascent human genome initiative. He...
Dates: 2003-07-25

Joan Steitz, 2003-08-04

 Item — Box AV04, miniDV: CSHL1163
Scope and Contents Joan Steitz, molecular biologist and professor, is interviewed by Mila Pollock and Danielle Kovacs on March 21, 2001, at Yale University, in New Haven, Connecticut.Joan Steitz speaks about her long relationship with Jim Watson, from the time she met him as an undergraduate, later as his first woman graduate student in the Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Dept. at Harvard, and being mentored by him while working in his lab there. She describes Watson as a professor and...
Dates: 2003-08-04

Letter from A. de Waard to Sydney Brenner, 6/1/1963

 Item — Box 18, Folder: 36
Identifier: SB_1_1_745_41
Scope and Contents From the Series: The Correspondence series consists of incoming and outgoing handwritten and typed letters, carbons, postcards, faxes, and telegrams generated during Sydney Brenner's career. The bulk of this series covers the late 1940s to the 2000s. Correspondents include over 30 Nobel laureates, as well as biochemists, geneticists, students, publishers, and others. Highlights of the collection include the correspondence from Francis Crick, with whom Brenner shared an office for 20 years. Topics covered...
Dates: 6/1/1963

Letter from A. de Waard to Sydney Brenner, 5/3/1963

 Item — Box 18, Folder: 36
Identifier: SB_1_1_745_42
Scope and Contents From the Series: The Correspondence series consists of incoming and outgoing handwritten and typed letters, carbons, postcards, faxes, and telegrams generated during Sydney Brenner's career. The bulk of this series covers the late 1940s to the 2000s. Correspondents include over 30 Nobel laureates, as well as biochemists, geneticists, students, publishers, and others. Highlights of the collection include the correspondence from Francis Crick, with whom Brenner shared an office for 20 years. Topics covered...
Dates: 5/3/1963

Letter from A. P. Jessop to Sydney Brenner, 9/6/1964

 Item — Box CP07, Folder: 31
Identifier: SB_1_1_298_14
Scope and Contents From the Series: The Correspondence series consists of incoming and outgoing handwritten and typed letters, carbons, postcards, faxes, and telegrams generated during Sydney Brenner's career. The bulk of this series covers the late 1940s to the 2000s. Correspondents include over 30 Nobel laureates, as well as biochemists, geneticists, students, publishers, and others. Highlights of the collection include the correspondence from Francis Crick, with whom Brenner shared an office for 20 years. Topics covered...
Dates: 9/6/1964

Letter from Agnar P. Nygaard to Sydney Brenner, 15/10/1964

 Item — Box 11, Folder: 46
Identifier: SB_1_1_468_2
Scope and Contents From the Series: The Correspondence series consists of incoming and outgoing handwritten and typed letters, carbons, postcards, faxes, and telegrams generated during Sydney Brenner's career. The bulk of this series covers the late 1940s to the 2000s. Correspondents include over 30 Nobel laureates, as well as biochemists, geneticists, students, publishers, and others. Highlights of the collection include the correspondence from Francis Crick, with whom Brenner shared an office for 20 years. Topics covered...
Dates: 15/10/1964

Letter from Aizo Matsushiro to Sydney Brenner, 19/05/1962

 Item — Box 10, Folder: 7
Identifier: SB_1_1_398_2
Scope and Contents From the Series: The Correspondence series consists of incoming and outgoing handwritten and typed letters, carbons, postcards, faxes, and telegrams generated during Sydney Brenner's career. The bulk of this series covers the late 1940s to the 2000s. Correspondents include over 30 Nobel laureates, as well as biochemists, geneticists, students, publishers, and others. Highlights of the collection include the correspondence from Francis Crick, with whom Brenner shared an office for 20 years. Topics covered...
Dates: 19/05/1962