Hermann Muller in Austin, circa 1920s.
A young Hermann Muller.
Hermann Muller teaching a class at Indiana University.
Hermann Muller receiving his Nobel Prize from the King of Sweden, 1946.
Hermann Muller and some of his staff in the Fly room at Indiana University.
Hermann Muller received the 1946 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for his work on mutations induced by X-rays.
Muller's reductionist approach to science.
Muller's views on eugenics.
Muller's construction and use of sex-linked lethals in Drosophila.
The importance of Muller's paper on X-ray mutations, part 1.