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Cancer -- Research

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

Barnett Rosenberg papers

 Record Group
Identifier: UA-17.289
Scope and Content Barnett Rosenberg came to Michigan State University in 1961 as a founding faculty member the Biophysics Department. Rosenberg and his fellow researchers discovered cisplatin and carboplatin which were the first leading anti-cancer drugs. The collection documents the discovery of these two drugs and includes Rosenberg’s personal and business correspondence. The records of the Barros Research Institute, which further researched and developed anti-cancer drugs, are also included. In...
Dates: 1959 - 2009

MSU in the News, circa 1967

 Item — Reel 1150
Scope and Contents A film highlighting developments in research and education at MSU.00:00 Intro 00:20 MSU Horticulture Gardens 01:22 Mating behavior and development of least weasels 02:25 New technologies at the MSU Library 03:28 First graders learning about science through an MSU-sponsored program 04:30 The Kellogg Biological Station 05:32 Arthur H. Steinhaus and his work on neuromuscular relaxation 06:34 The General Store at the MSU Museum 07:36 The Advanced Management program at the MSU...
Dates: circa 1967

MSU Spot: 1) Smooth camera move (wire frame); 2) Sample "look" frames (full res.), undated

 Item — Box 13 for Accession UA.06368, Cassette: UA-V000338
Series Description From the Record Group: News Releases SeriesThe news releases contain information on students, graduations and honors lists for hometown newspapers; faculty biographies, awards, speeches, papers and publications; the official policies of the University; and campus non-athletic activities and events. One event that has a large number of news releases is the MSU Centennial, which took place in 1955. There are gaps in the series during the period 1956 to June 1965. There are...
Dates: undated