Archives in the round: joining up the records of Biochemistry

Puzzling over an unidentified collection of 1920s printer’s blocks, intriguing artwork for something, has emphasised again the connections between the official records of the University and personal papers of its scientists. For the fullest picture of an institution or an individual, look both ways.   The blocks, part of transfer […]

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‘Ruby, who worked with Prof Hopkins’: papers of Ruby Leader, Animal Technician in the Department of Biochemistry

Biochemistry is particularly strongly represented in the University Library’s modern science archive holdings. The Department of Archives and Modern Manuscripts holds the personal paper collections of a number […]

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