Torsten N. Wiesel to Viktor Hamburger, November 6, 1981
Wiesel, Torsten N.
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On the establishemnt of the Stephen W. Kuffler Fund for Scholars and Fellows in the Neurosciences (the fund makes it possible for students to attend the MBL neurobiology courses)Typewritten.1-page letter
Suggested CitationText: "Torsten N. Wiesel to Viktor Hamburger, November 6, 1981", https://hdl.handle.net/1912/19117
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