Medicine: Improved Centrifuge

Last week Science (weekly) published a brief paper entitled: "A Method for Washing Corpuscles in Suspension." The paper was signed "C. A. Lindbergh, Division of Experimental Surgery, Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research.'' Accompanying it was a neat drawing, minutely signed "C. A. Lindbergh 2/15/32," of an improved centrifuge.

For several months it has been a Rockefeller Institute secret that Dr. Alexis Carrel, famed Nobel laureate, had enlisted Col. Charles Augustus Lindbergh's aid in his researches on tissue culture and the transplantation of organs. Although Col. Lindbergh dealt with few at the...

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