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Molecular biology in postwar Europe: towards a 'glocal' picture
de Chadarevian, S.; Strasser, B.
Tracing the politics of changing postwar research practices: the export of 'American' radioisotopes to European biologists
Paris-New York roundtrip: transatlantic crossings and the reconstruction of the biological sciences in post-war France
The study of lysogeny at the Pasteur Institute (1950-1960): an epistemologically open system
Peyrieras, N.; Morange, M.
Reconstructing life. Molecular biology in postwar Britain
de Chadarevian, S.
Emigration, isolation and the slow start of molecular biology in Germany
National politics and international trends: EMBO and the making of molecular biology in Spain (1960-1975)
Adriano Buzzati-Traverso and the foundation of the International Laboratory of Genetics and Biophysics in Naples (1962-1969)
Capocci, M.; Corbellini, G.
Institutionalizing molecular biology in post-war Europe: a comparative study
The birth of EMBO and the difficult road to EMBL