Notable Twentieth Century Scientists: Supplement, Volume 5
Kristine M. Krapp
Gale, Jan 1, 1998 - Science - 617 pages
This text represents a supplement to the original 4-volume set, and provides 225 new profiles on internationally renowned scientists, with special attention to women and minorities. These include Ian Wilmut, Scottish embryologist, Tim Berners-Lee, British computer scientist, and Virginia Agpar, American Anaestheologist.
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