Biotech: The Countercultural Origins of an Industry

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page cover
  • Contents 6
  • Preface 8
  • Chapter 1- The Setting, 1946 16
  • Chapter 2- Patronage and Policy 23
  • Chapter 3- The Promise and Peril of the BVL 45
  • Chapter 4- The Ascent of Pure Research 64
  • Chapter 5- Research Life! 114
  • Chapter 6- A Season of Policy Reform 144
  • Chapter 7- Crossing the Threshold 172
  • Chapter 8- Cetus- History’s First Biotechnology Company 201
  • Conclusion- An End 231
  • Notes 244
  • Sources Consulted 282
  • Index 284
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