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These objects form one of the world’s only systematic collections of biotechnology, preserving the technologies and outputs associated with uses of living organisms, including fermentation and the production of penicillin, DNA sequencing and bioengineering involving animals.
Seven white ceramic fermentation vessel from apparatus used in experimental work with penicillin
Laboratory notes written during the preparation of an autoradiograph of the first genetic fingerprint, Leicester England, 1984
Two volumes of transcripts from a hearing on the uses of genetic engineering, Massachusetts, United States, 1976
Personal Information Carrier (PIC) Smart Card from the Department of the Navy, United States, 1999