Science -- History -- 20th century
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 13 Collections and/or Records:
The collection contains notebooks covering Baker's undergraduate and research careers and notebooks relating to his biography of Abraham Trembley. Also included are miscellaneous notes, drafts and correspondence on scientific subjects, including the humane killing of crabs and lobsters. The most substantial series in the Additional Papers consists of correspondence and notes on anthropology and race, and includes draft chapters of the book eventually published as …
Extents: 57 shelfmarks
Correspondence and papers of Edith Bülbring (1903-90), pharmacologist and physiologist
Extents: 1.15 Linear metres (8 physical shelfmarks)
The material in this collection includes notebooks on laboratory research, notes (both typed and handwritten) for lectures and practical classes, and a series of cytology notebooks.
Extents: 6 shelfmarks
Archive of Louise Johnson (1940-2012), biophysicist and structural biologist.
Extents: 8.85 Linear metres (59 physical shelfmarks)
Papers of Sir Walter Bodmer (b. 1936) and Julia, Lady Bodmer (1934-2001), geneticists.
Extents: 243.76 Linear metres boxes (2216.0 physical shelfmarks)
The Archive of the British Association for the Advancement of Science cover all aspects of its work over most of the 150 years of its existence, with the records of the annual meetings predominating.
Extents: 45.3 Linear metres (453 physical shelfmarks)
Section A, Biographical, includes obituaries, curricula vitae, and Powell's autobiographical drafts, principally relating to his family background, school and university education. Also included here are examples of his short stories and other fiction. Section B, Oxford, documents Powell's own education at Oxford University, the Laboratory of Chemical Crystallography, which Powell headed from 1944, and his university teaching. There are Powell's undergraduate notebooks and his notes…
Extents: 227 Files
Catalogue of the correspondence and papers of Sir Rudolf (Ernst) Peierls (1907-1995), physicist.
Extents: 3.3 Linear metres (30 physical shelfmarks)
Papers and correspondence of Christopher Strachey (1916 - 1975), computer scientist.
Extents: 6.05 Linear metres (55 physical shelfmarks)
The collection contains correspondence, mainly scientific, lecture notes, drafts of articles, and mathematical calculations, most concerning fluid dynamics. Also included are press cuttings about Benjamin, letters of congratulations on his appointment to the Sedleian chair, and material relating to the numerous societies, associations, etc. that he was involved with. The collection also contains material relating to his non-scientific interests, especially music and poetry
Extents: 14 boxes
Laboratory notebooks of Professor George Brownlee, the E.P. Abraham Professor of Chemical Pathology at the Sir William Dunn School of Pathology, University of Oxford.
Extents: 4.0 Linear metres (28 physical shelfmarks)
Oral history interviews conducted with 21 scientists, administrators and technicians associated with the Sir William Dunn School of Pathology at the University of Oxford.
Extents: 21 items (21 digital shelfmarks)
Papers and photographs from Dorothy Hodgkin's later years, and a childhood sketch book.
Extents: 1 box