Gallery 38: Scott Lowe

Scott Lowe working in his laboratory.

Scott Lowe, cold spring harbor

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16793. Gallery 38: Scott Lowe (1)

How he ended up in Bob Horvitz's lab working on cell death.

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16809. Biography 38: Scott William Lowe (1963 - )

Scott Lowe's research has shown how the regulation of the cell cycle affect cancer.

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16476. Gallery 21: Sydney Brenner, 1980

Sydney Brenner at a 1980 Cold Spring Harbor meeting.

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16530. Gallery 24: Rich Roberts, 1975

Rich Roberts in his lab at Cold Spring Harbor, 1975.

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16630. Gallery 29: Aaron Klug, 1982

Aaron Klug at a Cold Spring Harbor meeting.

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16632. Gallery 29: Aaron Klug

Aaron Klug at a Cold Spring Harbor meeting.

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15694. Francois Jacob

Francois Jacob, Cold Spring Harbor, 1953 meeting. Source: Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Archives.

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16292. Gallery 11: Calvin Bridges, 1937

Calvin Bridges during a stay at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, 1937.

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11004. Carnegie Station for Experimental Evolution, Cold Spring Harbor, N.Y.

Carnegie Station for Experimental Evolution, Cold Spring Harbor, N.Y.

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15740. Eugenics Record Office

The Eugenics Record Office in Cold Spring Harbor was established by Charles Davenport.

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