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Impact of Chemistry on Biology

Nature volume 141, page 1025 (04 June 1938) | Download Citation



THE forty-second Bedson Lecture was delivered in the Chemistry Lecture Theatre, King's College, Newcastle-on-Tyne, on May 19 by Sir Henry Dale, who spoke on "The Impact of Chemistry on Biological Science". Sir Henry pointed out that the two sciences of biology and chemistry were developed during the nineteenth century independently of each other ; tremendous advances have been made in more recent times as the two subjects have become closely interwoven into the science of biochemistry.

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