Rats, Lice and History
K N and P J Harris
ecoli at cix.compulink.co.uk
Tue Jan 30 16:08:38 EST 1996
> bionet/microbiology #1773, from mytelka at mendel.Berkeley.EDU, 1074
chars, 25 Jan 1996 21:28:54
> Article: 2720 of bionet.microbiology
> From: mytelka at mendel.Berkeley.EDU ( Daniel Mytelka )
> Newsgroups: bionet.microbiology
> Subject: Re: Rats, Lice and History
> Date: 25 Jan 1996 21:28:54 GMT
> Organization: UC Berkeley
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> References: <1996Jan25.163313.742 at es.dupont.com>
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> In article <1996Jan25.163313.742 at es.dupont.com>,
> <caimipg at esvx19.es.dupont.com> wrote:
> >... Zinsser's _Rats, Lice and History_ made a big
> >impact on me when I read it 30+ years ago, and had a significant
> >my decision to go into microbiology. I'm looking for other books of
> >type that would appeal to college students. ...
> One that I really was impressed with years ago was Paul de Kruiff
> Microbe Hunters - Short bios on a bunch of famous scientists.
> Dan Mytelka
> mytelka at mendel.berkeley.edu
I agree, an inspirational book, but he probably took a few liberties. I
wouldn't guarantee that all the dialogue is verbatim !!!!
It certainly was a formative force in MY choice of career.
Reading Uni, UK.
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