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“... the science least adequately studied in England”: Physiology and the George Henry Lewes Studentship, 1879-1939 (1992)


Description “Established by the novelist, George Eliot, in memory of the writer and philosopher, George Henry Lewes, one of the Founders of the Physiological Society, the Studentship was to provide an important boost for physiology ...”

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Authors & Contributors
Tansey, E. M.
Richards, Stewart
Jacyna, L. S.
Frank, Robert G., Jr.
Geison, Gerald L.
Brown, Theodore M.
Medical History
Notes and Records: The Royal Society Journal of the History of Science
Isis: International Review Devoted to the History of Science and Its Cultural Influences
Journal of the History of Biology
Annals of Science: The History of Science and Technology
French History
University of California Press
Princeton University Press
Human physiology
Development; growth; life; death
Research institutes; research stations
Lewes, George Henry
Eliot, George
Harvey, William
Foster, Michael
Waller, Augustus Desiré
Monro, Alexander
Time Periods
19th century
20th century
18th century
17th century
British Isles
North America: United States; Canada
Oxford University
Cambridge University
University of London
Wellcome Research Laboratories
United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration
Cambridge Physiological Laboratory

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