- 1998-Dec-14 – 1998-Dec-16
Jochen Buck was born and grew up in Reutlingen, Germany, in the Swabian Alb. His father was a teacher of science in the Gymnasium. His mother, a housewife, came from a middle-class family of butchers, and Jochen might…
- Interviewee Buck, Jochen, 1956-
- Interviewer Maestrejuan, Andrea R.
- Sponsor Pew Charitable Trusts
- Subject Vietnam War (1961-1975), Hammerling, Ulrich, Buck, Jochen, 1956-, Cells--Growth, Autocrine mechanisms, Vitamin A, Cornell University. Medical College, Adenylate cyclase, Medical scientists, Pharmacologists
Nathalie Dusoulier begins her interview by discussing her family background and education. She recounts how she started working in information science from her background in pharmacology. She then speaks about her…
- Interviewee Dusoulier, Nathalie, 1927-2010
- Interviewer Rayward, W. Boyd
- Subject Centre national de la recherche scientifique (France), Pharmacology, Chemistry--Nomenclature, Women in information science, Pharmacologists, Institut de l'information scientifique et technique (France), United Nations, Chemistry--Abstracting and indexing, Women in science, Information storage and retrieval systems--Chemistry, Desoulier, Nathalie, 1927-2010
Depicts Alexander Fleming, who won the Nobel Prize for the discovery of penicillin.
- After 1970 – before 1991
Stamp depicts Alexander Fleming and penicillin.