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International Organisations, 1963-1986

MS. Eng. c. 2578
Held at the Weston Library

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The Weizmann Institute of Science and Weizmann Institute Foundation.

Folder K.100. 1963-1965. Invitation and election to Board of Governors, possible collaborative research proposals with UK Ministry of Technology (unsuccessful), report on chemistry at the Weizmann.

Folder K.101. 1966-1967. Proposed School for Molecular Biology, research and funding proposals, Abba Eban Chair (first holder: A. Katzir).

Folder K.102. 1968-1969. Fund-raising, proposed research group in neurophysiology, Kendrew's election to Honorary Fellowship, Memorial Centre for A. de-Shalit.

Folder K.103. 1970. Extraordinary General Meeting of Board of Governors May (includes Kendrew's manuscript notes for report of committee on scientific affairs), possible future expansion in biological sciences, membership of Scientific and Academic Advisory Committee.

Folder K.104. 1971-1972. Summer Symposium "The impact of science on society", Brussels 28-29 June (Kendrew chaired a session), membership of Academic Sponsoring Committee of International Summer Science Institute (as from 1972).

Folder K.105. 1972-1973. Material relating to the death of A. Katchalsky in the attack on Lod airport May 1972. Includes letters and cables of condolence, arrangements for posthumous publications, memorial issues of journals, memorial Fellowship, Symposium and Katzir Center at Weizmann. Kendrew served on the International Committee for the Katzir Center (letter of 24 July), and wrote an appreciation of Katchalsky for the Jerusalem Post.

Folder K.106. Miscellaneous material relating to Katchalsky, tributes, information on Memorial Conferences, Katzir Center etc. Includes reprinted version of Kendrew's tribute from Jerusalem Post.


  • Creation: 1963-1986


7 folders

Language of Materials

  • English


MS. Eng. c. 2578

Former reference:

NCUACS 11/4/89/K.100-106

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