Medicine: Nobel Prizeman

Dr. Karl Landsteiner, to whom the 1930 Nobel Prize in Medicine was awarded last week, need merely walk through the corridors of the Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research in Manhattan, where he does research in immunology, pathology and bacteriology, to shake hands with the only other U. S. winner of the Nobel prize for Medicine—Dr. Alexis Carrel.— Scoffers at U. S. learning might with a modicum of justice point out that Dr. Carrel is French-born, educated and wived, that Dr. Landsteiner is Austrian-born, educated and wived. Only in Physics and Chemistry have...

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