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Letter from Warren Weaver to Linus Pauling. September 21, 1944.
Weaver writes to convey the interest of the Rockefeller Foundation in Pauling's proposal for a large post-war program of research on the structure of proteins. Weaver does, however, admit to being rather skeptical of the scale of Pauling's idea, particularly as concerns his presumption of a widespread availability of trained scientific assistants. [Published by permission of the Rockefeller Foundation Archives]

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Date: September 21, 1944
Genre: correspondence
ID: sci14.038.13-weaver-lp-19440921
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