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Engineering and Science, Volume 43:4, March-April 1980

Engineering and Science, Volume 43:4, March-April 1980. [Journal Issue] http://resolver.caltech.edu/CaltechES:43.4.0

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Table of Contents

In this Issue

Features:

Drugs and the Brain
by Henry A. Lester
A Caltech neurobiologist discusses how some well-known drugs act upon the billions of nerve cells in the human brain.

The Athenaeum — Fifty Years Young
by Lee A. DuBridge
Remarks from Caltech's president emeritus on a distinguished building's half-century anniversary.

William H. Corcoran: A Much-Honored Chemical Engineer
After a decade in the fund-raising trenches, Bill Corcoran has become Institute Professor of Chemical Engineering.

Max Delbrück — How It Was
The Nobel Prize winning biologist recalls family, education, and science in Germany between world wars.

Research in Progress
An Eleven-Year Twitch
A New Left-Handed DNA Helix: One Good Turn Deserves Another

Letters

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