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Human Gene Mapping Workshops c.1973-c.1991
This Witness Seminar discusses the scientific origins of gene mapping and emergence of the Human Gene Mapping Workshops (HGMW). From HGM1 in Yale (1973) to HGM11 in London (1991), key scientists, based principally in the ...
A History of Bovine TB c.1965–c.2000
A Witness Seminar looking at the history of bovine TB from the mid-1960s to c.2000, chaired by Professor Wyn Grant and introduced by Professor Keir Waddington, with contributions from veterinary scientists, biologists, ...
The Development of Narrative Practices in Medicine c.1960–c.2000
Chaired by Professor Brian Hurwitz (King’s College), this Witness Seminar discusses the origins and evolution of ‘narrative medicine’ as an intellectual and educational field. Featuring the testimonies of contributors from ...
The Development of Waste Management in the UK c.1960–c.2000
A Witness Seminar on developments in the waste management industry and the production of waste in the UK since the 1960s, with a particular focus on London. The volume includes testimonies from former refuse collectors, ...
The Development of Brain Banks in the UK c.1970–c.2010
This Witness Seminar on the development of brain banks in the UK, chaired by Professor Hugh Perry, included several neuropathologists, neuroscientists, and representatives of individual brain banks and the MRC’s UK Brain ...