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Nina V. Fedoroff papers, 1914-2012

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Writings, 1914-2003 (continued)
BOX 58 Others (multiple authors)
BOX 58 replicase, 1996
BOX 58 Ribonucleic acid bacteriophage, 1989-1992
BOX 58 Rhodes, M. M., 1931-1954, 1961, 1966-1967, 1984, 1992
(2 folders)
BOX 59 Schell, Josef, 1977-1986
BOX 59-61 Speeches and Events, 1995-2007
The Speeches and Events File consists of speeches and talks given by Fedoroff throughout her career at Pennsylvania State University. The file contains informal talks as well as formal presentations made at professional conferences and meetings. The files include both typescripts and handwritten speeches as well as background material for Fedoroff’s speeches. The Speeches and Events File complements other series in the collection, in particular the Digital File.
Arranged chronologically by the date of the event.
BOX 59 1995
(2 folders)
BOX 59 1996
BOX 59 Feb.-Apr.
BOX 59 June
(2 folders)
BOX 59 Sept.-Nov.
BOX 59 1997
BOX 59 Feb.
BOX 59 Mar.
(2 folders)
BOX 60 Apr.
BOX 60 May-June
BOX 60 Aug.
BOX 60 Oct.-Dec.
BOX 60 1998
(2 folders)
BOX 60 1999
BOX 60 Feb.-July
(2 folders)
BOX 60 Aug.
(2 folders)
BOX 60 Sept.
(2 folders)
BOX 61 Oct.-Nov.
BOX 61 2000
BOX 61 Jan.-Mar.
BOX 61 Apr.-May
BOX 61 June-Aug.
BOX 61 Sept.-Dec.
BOX 61 2001
BOX 61 2002
BOX 61 2003
BOX 61 2004
BOX 61 2005
BOX 61 2006
BOX 61 2007
BOX 62-66 Subject File, 1973-2007
The Subject File documents Fedoroff’s her involvement with businesses and science advisory boards to further the exploration of plant genetics. The series also includes correspondence and other materials related to the doctoral candidates and postdoctoral assistants she worked with in her laboratories starting in the late 1970s.
Arranged alphabetically by subject or type of material.
BOX 62 Carnegie Institute of Washington, Washington, D.C., memorabilia, circa 1973, 1988-1993, undated
BOX 62 Consulting committees and professional societies
BOX 62 Council for Agricultural Sciences and Technology, 1998
BOX 62 Department of State, 2007
BOX 62 Oncogene, Ltd., 2007
BOX 62 Mars Sample Hazard Protocol, Science Oversight and Review Committee, 2000
BOX 62 National Academy of Sciences, 1996-2004 See also Digital File, same heading
(2 folders)
BOX 62 National Research Council, 1995
BOX 62 National Science Board, 2000
BOX 62 Sigma Aldrich, 2003 See also Digital File, same heading
BOX 62 Washington Advisory Group, 2007 See also Digital File, same heading
BOX 63 Contact lists, 1982-1997
(2 folders)
BOX 62 Course proposal, circa 1995
BOX 63 MacArthur Fellows Program nominations, 2006
BOX 63 Monsanto Agricultural Company, 1992-1998
(2 folders)
BOX 63 Maize Genetics Cooperation newsletter, 1932-1933, 1938-1939
BOX 63 Photographs, Biological Sciences Advisory Committee, 1994-1997
(2 folders)
BOX 63 Postdoctoral researchers and doctoral students, 1977-2007
BOX 63 A-B
(3 folders)
BOX 64 A-B
(3 folders)
BOX 64 C-E
(9 folders)
BOX 64 G-H
(5 folders)
BOX 64 J-L
(2 folders)
BOX 65 J-L
(4 folders)
BOX 65 M-N
(8 folders)
BOX 65 P
BOX 65 R
(3 folders)
BOX 65 S-T
Paper file
BOX 65 (2 folders)
Paper file
BOX 66 (8 folders)
Digital file
In addition to paper materials, folder 5 included one (1) optical disk. Digital files copied from these media are described below.
"Epidermal peel ROP2" PowerPoint, images and video, 2005
Digital ID: mss85426_060_148
BOX 66 V-W
(4 folders)
BOX 66 Printed materials 1980, 1986
BOX 66 Research assistants, 1996-1997, 2002
BOX 66 Sabbatical, 2000 See also Digital File, same heading
DF Digital File, 1989-2008
The Digital File contains much of the materials produced by Fedoroff from the 1990s to the 2000s, including correspondence with friends and colleagues. The majority of the Digital Files series focuses on her transposable elements research and her involvement at Pennsylvania State University when she became the Verne M. Willaman Professor of Life Sciences and Director of the Huck Institutes of the Life Sciences. When Fedoroff transitioned to Pennsylvania State University from the Carnegie Institute of Washington many of the research grants she was working on transferred with her. The Digital File series consists of laboratory research notes and documentation recording the methods and procedures used in the experiments. The collection includes a group of Hypermaize cards. Hypermaize is a derivative of Apple’s Hypercard program used to store and analyze data gathered over generations of maize crosses. The Hypermaize stacks and images created using MacDraw require emulation to access. The Digital File series also documents the courses taught by Fedoroff and the administration of the Huck Institutes of the Life Sciences. Request files using the Digital ID number. A complete list of digital files in this collection can be found in Appendix A: File Directory Listings.
Arranged alphabetically by subject or type of material.
Biosciences Information Service, 1993-1995
Digital ID: mss85579_042_069
Carnegie Institute of Washington, Washington, D.C., 1990-1995
Digital ID: mss85579_042_069
Digital ID: mss85579_042_076
Digital ID: mss85579_042_118
Reinhardt Institute of Molecular Biology, 1993-1994
Digital ID: mss85579_042_069
General, 1990-2003
Digital ID: mss85579_042_053
Digital ID: mss85579_042_069
Digital ID: mss85579_042_076
Digital ID: mss85579_042_077
Digital ID: mss85579_042_087
Digital ID: mss85579_042_090
Digital ID: mss85579_042_108
Digital ID: mss85579_042_116
Digital ID: mss85579_042_117
Digital ID: mss85579_042_118
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