Natural and Applied Sciences Archives: Physiology & Biophysics
These topic guides provide a starting point for finding source materials related to the history of science and technology at the University of Illinois. Please note that these guides are not definitive or comprehensive and are periodically updated.
Histories, 1959, 1961 (Record Series 15/17/810): Contains copies of a printed "Short History of the Physiology Department on the Urbana Campus" by Walter P. Elhardt and a duplicated copy of "History and Publications of the Faculty, 1849-1961," containing departmental news, staff lists, and annual lists of faculty activities and publications.
Don C. DeVault Papers (Record Series 15/17/22): Includes materials on conferences and meetings, emigration of dissident Russian scientists, NSF grants, Britton Chance, and Linus Pauling; and research and other materials regarding photosynthesis, protein structure, split beam spectra, DB spectra, porphyridium, chromatium, radiation safety, holography, oscillating electron tunneling, virtual state tunneling, electron transfer, energy gap, cytochromes, photooxidation, reduction oxidation, cancer, the moon, statistics, quantum mechanics, high pressure work, filter design, solar cells, phonon deduction, and quinanes.