Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 43 Collections and/or Records:
Personal papers, correspondence, research papers and other material.
Extents: 6.00 Linear metres (42 physical shelfmarks)
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
Papers of the Oxford University Ashmolean Club, 1860-2017.
Extents: 1.29 Linear meters (9 physical shelfmarks)
Correspondence and papers of Edith Bülbring (1903-90), pharmacologist and physiologist
Extents: 1.15 Linear metres (8 physical shelfmarks)
Papers of Ida Mann, ophthalmologist (1893-1983), and papers relating to her.
Extents: 2.2 Linear metres (20 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)
Archive of Mabel Purefoy FitzGerald (1872–1973), physiologist and clinical pathologist, with family papers.
Extents: 18.0 Linear metres (124 physical shelfmarks)
Correspondence and papers of Sir Edward Penley Abraham FRS, (1913-1999), biochemist.
Extents: 28.65 Linear metres (191 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)
Proposals and reports from Oxford University expeditions, as well as O.U.E.C. administrative papers.
Extents: 8.14 linnear metres (74 physical shelfmarks)
The archive of the Society for the Protection of Science and Learning, founded in 1933 as the Academic Assistance Council, contains papers relating to the support of academics fleeing the Fascist and Communist regimes in Europe between 1933 and 1987.
Extents: 63.58 Linear metres (578 physical shelfmarks)
The collection deals primarily with Coulson's career from about 1930 until his death in 1974, but includes some earlier material relating to the Coulson family, especially relating to his father. The collection includes correspondence, both scientific and personal, scientific and mathematical working papers, including lectures and publications, and papers relating to scientific committees, societies, journals and conferences. Also incudeded are religious, humanitarian, and pacifist writings,…
Extents: 175 boxes
Comprises: Biographical and autobiographical: Career, honours, and awards Family Publications Obituaries and tributes Notebooks: Natural History notebooks Precis notebooks …
Extents: 102 boxes
Comprises:Biographical and personal: Autobiographical and bibliographical Diaries and jotters School and university Personal correspondence and material Family correspondence and material Photographs and press-cuttings John Innes Horticultural Institution:…
Extents: 247 boxes
The collection contains correspondence (mainly professional), copies of published papers, lecture notes, drafts and working papers, transcripts of interviews, and papers relating to the many committees he was a member of, and of his consultancies.
Extents: 21 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
Correspondence and papers of Nikolaas Tinbergen FRS, (1907-1988), ethologist and scientist
Extents: 4.73 Linear metres (556 physical shelfmarks)
The collection contains: Biographical and autobiographical Career, honours and awards [MSS. Eng. c. 5381-5385; MS. Eng. d. 2714] Shorter personal correspondence [MS. Eng. c. 5386] Miscellaneous biographical material, including an autobiographical sketch [MS. Eng. c. 5387] Diaries and notebooks [MS. Eng. c. 5388; MSS. Eng. d.…
Extents: 288 boxes
Catalogue of the correspondence and papers of Sir Rudolf (Ernst) Peierls (1907-1995), physicist.
Extents: 3.3 Linear metres (30 physical shelfmarks)