Mirsky and Schultz, US biologists

Mirsky and Schultz, US biologists

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Credit: AMERICAN PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Mirsky and Schultz. US molecular biologist Alfred Ezra Mirsky (left, 1900-1974) and US geneticist Jack Schultz (right, 1904-1971). Mirsky worked at the Rockefeller Institute (later Rockefeller University). Schultz carried out research on the genetics of the fruit fly (Drosophila melanogaster), and would later settle and work near here at the Institute for Cancer Research (later the Fox Chase Cancer Center) in Philadelphia, USA. Photographed in 1941 during the Ninth Symposium on Quantitative Biology (Genes and Chromosome Structure, 18 June to 2 July) at the Carnegie Institution Department of Genetics (later Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory), New York, USA.

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