Thaddeus Robert Rudolph Mann (1908-1993) was a biochemist born in Lvov, Poland. He was a Beit Memorial Research Fellow, Molteno Institute, Cambridge, 1937-44; Agricultural Research Council, 1944-53; Director, A.R.C. Unit of Reproductive Physiology and Biochemistry, Cambridge 1953-76; Fellow of Trinity Hall, Cambridge, 1961-1993; Marshall-Walton Professor of Physiology of Reproduction 1967-76. A detailed biography can be found in Mann's obituary in The Independent: http://tinyurl.com/mannobit
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Reference Code: GBR/0012/MS Add.8880
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Laboratory notebooks recording research in the physiology and biochemistry of reproduction. Includes some biographical material. All the notebooks have on their front covers Mann's labels which describe and date the work and these labels are reproduced in the catalogue entries. Additionally the notebooks were numbered 1 - 12 in red ink by Professor Mann before making them available for cataloguing. A further characteristic is the inscription, usually on the first page, ' [...] Szczesc...
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