Science: Bioluminescence

Dr. Edmund Newton Harvey was once reported eaten by cannibals near the Torres Strait south of New Guinea, but the U. S. Department of State later announced that the report was exaggerated. Having done biological research from Maine to Puget Sound, from Tortugas to California, in Naples, Bermuda, the Philippines, Java, The Netherlands East Indies, Dr. Harvey, safe & sound, is now a professor of biology at Princeton. His wife. Ethel Browne Harvey, is a distinguished biologist. For a quarter-century. Edmund Harvey has experimented much, read enormously, to learn all he could about...

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