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Papers of M H F Wilkins: papers relating to a meeting of Nobel Prize winners and Pope John Paul II
- Konig, Franz, 1905-2004 Krebs, Hans, 1900-1981 Nova Spes Townes, Charles H., b.1915 Dummett, Michael A. E., 1925-2011
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- Wilkins, Maurice Hugh Frederick (1916-2004)
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About this work
Correspondence, draft speeches, notes and press cuttings relating to a meeting of Nobel Prize winners and Pope John Paul II, Rome, Dec 1980, organised by international humanitarian organisation Nova Spes, including: correspondence between Wilkins and Cardinal Franz Konig, founder of Nova Spes; attendance list, with biographical notes (in Italian); text of John Paul II’s speech, ‘Need for scientists and theologians to develop a constructive dialogue’; text of the resolution of the Nobel Prize winners; typescript drafts of Wilkins’ speech, ‘The problem of nuclear weapons’; text of speech by Hans Krebs, ‘Biological and medical aspects of juvenile delinquency’; press cuttings (in English and Italian). Original file title ‘Nova spes’.
Wilkins, Maurice; King's College London; Nova Spes; The Sunday Times
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A digitised copy is held by the Wellcome Library as part of Codebreakers: Makers of Modern Genetics.
Available at King’s College London, Archives and Special Collections, subject to signature of reader's undertaking form.