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Published by S. Karger Verl. f ur Medizin u. Naturwiss. GmbH in Basel .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • OUR Brockhaus selection,
  • Medizin

Book details:

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Open LibraryOL22508315M
ISBN 103805572972

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Nobel Prize: The Nobel Prize in Medicine and the Karolinska Institute: The Story of Axel Key and Alfred Nobel Author Affiliations Harriet D, Contributing EditorDavid S, Journal Review EditorRobertHoganMD, adviser for new media.   (Publication of their handsome book was timed to coincide with the centenary of the Nobel Prize.) They also recount the life of Axel Key, professor of pathological anatomy and rector of the Karolinska, whose studies in morbid anatomy culminated in the first detailed description of the ventricular system and circulation of the cerebrospinal. B. Ljunggren, G.W. Bruyn: The Nobel Prize in medicine and the Karolinska Institute—The story of Axel Key and Alfred Nobel Article in Neurosurgical Review 26(4) January with 3 ReadsAuthor: Peter Grunert.   Book Review; Published: 12 June ; B. Ljunggren, G.W. Bruyn: The Nobel Prize in medicine and the Karolinska Institute—The story of Axel Key and Alfred Nobel. Karger, Basel, With figures and tables. (ISBN ) Peter Grunert 1.

  The Nobel Prize in Medicine and the Karolinska Institute: The Story of Axel Key and Alfred Nobel This superbly illustrated book gives insights into the political and medical background of the history of the mid to late 19th century scientific efforts in Europe. Medical books The Nobel Prize in Medicine and the Karolinska Institute. The considerable enjoyment to be had from this unusual book is not altogether to be anticipated from the title. It derives from the diversity of material it contains, which ranges from the history of medicine in Sweden and the rivalry between the upstart Karolinska Institute (founded in ) and the old universities of Uppsala () and Lund (), to the opening lines of a poem written at. This book is a must not only for neuroscientists and historians but also for physicians all around the world who are interested in the history of medicine, the Karolinska Institute, and the two Swedish contemporaries Axel Key and Alfred : Bengt Ljunggren. The Nobel prize in medicine and the Karolinska Institute Article in Journal of Neurology Neurosurgery & Psychiatry 74(6) June with 5 Reads How we measure 'reads'.

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