This exhibition was put together with financial support from the Medical Research Council as part of its Centenary Programme.
The exhibition has been constructed using a sample of curated letters, notebooks and other papers from César Milstein's archive held by the Churchill Archives Centre, Churchill College, Cambridge. Permission to use these papers for the website was kindly granted by Celia Milstein and the Churchill Archives Centre. Photographs were also kindly provided by the MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology.
Research for this exhibition was aided by funding from Centocor Ortho Biotech, a subsidiary of Johnson & Johnson, Clark Antibodies Ltd and a small travel grant from the Wellcome Trust.
Special thanks go to Celia Milstein, Annette Faux, Norberto Serpente, Jay Ginn and Shula Marks for their comments in the writing of this exhibition. Much appreciation also goes to Michael Clark, Claudio Cuello, John Jarvis, Michael Neuberger, David Secher, Steven Sacks and Gregory Winter for sharing their recollections of working with Milstein. Their experiences provided invaluable background information for the exhibition.
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