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American men & women of science

a biographical directory of today"s leaders in physical, biological and related sciences : A - B
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Gale Group , Detroit [u.a.]
The Physical Object
PaginationXXXVI, 978 S
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Open LibraryOL27016340M
ISBN 100787673935
ISBN 139780787673932
OCLC/WorldCa255398352

American Men and Women of Science (33rd edition, published ) is a biographical reference work on leading scientists in the United States and Canada, published as a series of books and online by Gale.

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