'Researches on malaria: being the Nobel Medical Prize Lecture for 1902', 1904
Scope and Contents
Text of the Nobel Prize Lecture presented to Christy by Ross.
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Biographical / Historical
Ronald Ross was a British medical scientist who was awarded the Nobel Prize in 1902 for his research into the link between mosquitoes and malaria.
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Language of Materials
Ross, Sir Ronald, 1857-1932, Knight, bacteriologist
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