Reference numberOL/20/35
TitleLetter from Bernardo A Heussay, Instituto de Biologia Y Medicina Experimental, to Otto Loewi
Date28 May 1960
DescriptionInvites Loewi to give a lecture in Buenos Aires along with other Nobel scientists on the occasion of the '150th Anniversary of the Revolution which lead to our National Independence.' Informs him that the topic of the lecture series is the importance of discoveries in the physical, chemical and biological sciences for the development of new countries.
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