Robert Olby, clip 1
Professor of History Robert Olby teaches at the University of Pittsburgh, and has written several books on the history of genetics, including Origins of Mendelism and The Path to the Double Helix.
history of genetics, double helix, mendelism, university of pittsburgh, origins, robert olby, hugo de vries, carl correns
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The need for the "prepared mind" in interpreting data: the failure of Hugo de Vries to see ratios.
To whom was Mendel's paper distributed?
Description of Mendel's Paper
The danger of invoking unobservable entities in science.
Why should Mendel be considered the Father of Genetics?
Comparing Mendel to Doppler: the need to widely publicize findings.
Were Mendel's results too perfect?: Examining his numbers.
Were Mendel's results too perfect?: Summary and opinion.
Mendel's personality & character: fighting a Monestary tax effectively ends his research career.
Mendel's personality & character: his inability to handle stress.