|The Wellcome Library website|
A further half million pages will be added over the coming weeks from the holdings of the Wellcome Library and other partner insitutions.
Codebreakers contains twenty archives including the papers of Francis Crick, James Watson, Maurice Wilkins and Rosalind Franklin, as well as archives of the Eugenics Society, made available by kind permission of the Council of the Galton Institute, the papers of J B S Haldane, and the collections of Guido Pontecorvo and his students Malcolm Ferguson-Smith and James Renwick at Glasgow University.
Codebreakers also contains over a thousand digitised books covering the science, history and social and cultural aspects of genetics and related disciplines, mostly from the 20th century.
You can find out more about Codebreakers and the collections that are digitised on their website
Posted by K. Jane