Gregor Mendel during travel, 1862
Mendel with group from Vienna before the Grand Hotel in Paris en route to London, 1862. Mendel was not scientifically isolated. He traveled and was in contact with other scientists.
mendel, gallery 3, grand hotel,paris, vienna, scientists, london, 1863
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11829. "Eugenics in Austria," Eugenics Review (vol. 26:4), highlighting the moderating influence of Catholicism on eugenic programs
"Eugenics in Austria," Eugenics Review (vol. 26:4), highlighting the moderating influence of Catholicism on eugenic programs
The Man, the Monk
A leaf from Gregor Mendel taped to a card.
First page of Mendel's paper (German), Experiments in Plant Hybridization, in his handwriting, 1865.
Mendel's notes on some of his pea plant results in his handwriting.
Mendel designed and built these hives to do his bee breeding experiments.
Mendel's drawings of sunspot activity from two pages of his meteorological notebooks.
Hugo de Vries, Carl Correns and Erich von Tschermak-Seysenegg were the three scientists who rediscovered Mendel's laws in 1900.