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Emergence of biotechnology : DNA to Genentech : reflections and assessment.

  • Rathmann, George.
Date
1997
  • Videos

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Description

A Symposium organised by the Chemical Heritage Foundation in Philadelphia, PA, brought together a panel of scientists, Nobel Laureates, historians of science, and leaders in the biotechnology industry to discuss the concerns surrounding the modern biotech revolution. Panellists reflect on personal experiences and insights from biotechnology's emerging years and assess their own roles in the discoveries and debates that took place. They also discuss issues raised by the audience who attended the symposium. The CHF President Arnold Thackray said in his introduction to the proceedings that the aim of the symposium was "to record and make the history of the molecular sciences and technologies", which may provide an exciting archive for historians of science. A transcript of the symposium is held in the MFVL collection.

Publication/Creation

[Place of publication not identified] : Chemical Heritage Foundation Biomolecular Sciences Initiative, 1997.

Physical description

3 videocassettes (VHS) (370 min.) : sound, color, PAL.

Notes

Symposium held in Philadelphia, PA, 13 June 1997.
See: Chemical heritage, fall 1997, pp. 18-21.
Three tapes. Tape 1: 120 min. Tape 2: 90 min. Tape 3: 160 min.
Accompanying book available in Information Services under shelfmark AL Che, .b15903217.

Creator/production credits

Presenter, Chemical Heritage Foundation.

Copyright note

Chemical Heritage Foundation.

Type/Technique

Languages

  • English


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