Science international. No. 1. What is life?

United Kingdom, 1959

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A report on the world-wide investigation into the origins of life, as revealed in the study of the cell, and progress in the battle against cancer. Explains what is known of the nature, operation, and origin of the living human cell. Interviews and demonstrations involve scientists from Britain, the United States, France and the Soviet Union. Extensive use is made of a model of a living cell enlarged a million times.



Aubrey F Singer

Humphrey Fisher

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