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Leo Szilard and Aaron Novick Research Files

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  • 1948-1964
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Leo Szilard and Aaron Novick Research Files. MSS 196. Special Collections & Archives, UC San Diego.

Description

Leo Szilard, a nuclear physicist, biologist and advocate of global arms control, held an appointment (1948-1955) as a professor of biophysics at the Institute of Radiology and Biophysics, University of Chicago, and, with Aaron Novick, studied bacteria using a device called the chemostat. The materials include correspondence (1948-1964) between Szilard and Novick and photographs of the chemostat. The entire collection has been digitized.

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14 digital objects.

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Language
  • English
Location Of Originals

From the Leo Szilard and Aaron Novick Research Files, MSS 196. http://libraries.ucsd.edu/speccoll/findingaids/mss0196.html

Funding

The Leo Szilard and Aaron Novick Research Files (MSS 196) were digitized with grant funding from the National Historical Publications and Records Commission (NHPRC).

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  • Library Digital Collections