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Baddiley. Professor Sir James Baddiley in Conversation with Professor Sir Hans Kornberg Frs October 1990

Synopsis
Sir James Baddiley is the discoverer of teichoic acids, polymers which represent a major component of cells, i.e. of Gram-positive bacteria. He discusses his family life and education, and his research and academic life at Pembroke College Cambridge, the Wenner-Gren Institute of Experimental Biology in Stockholm, the Lister Institute (London), and the University of Newcastle upon Tyne where he spent thirty years. 154 minutes.
Language
English
Country
Great Britain
Year of production
1990
Subjects
Biology; Medical sciences
Keywords
cell biology; history of medicine; microbiology; oral history; research; Badilley, James

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Credits

Contributor
Edward Penley Abraham; Robert Thomas

Production Company

Name

Imperial College of Science and Technology Television Studio

Sponsor

Name

Biochemical Society

Notes
see Portland Press

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