Reference numberPB/7/2/1/17
Previous numbersG.70
Title'Reflections on science and technology in developing countries'
DescriptionBlackett's folder, containing:

Correspondence with University College, Nairobi and with East African Publishing House Limited re publication of lectures.

Correspondence with colleagues re Gandhi lectures and the Rede lecture on similar subject, see G.72, with comments, letters of thanks for copies, etc.

Copy of lectures as published, 1970.

Correspondents include: Mark Oliphant, S Zuckerman, Jeremy Bray, Sir James Cook, Anthony Wedgwood Benn, Abdus Salam, CP Snow, Denis G Osborne, Atma Ram, SS Sokhey, SP Ambasta, Joseph Hutchinson, Sir Charles Goodeve, John Humphrey and Solly Zuckermann.
Access statusOpen
Fellows associated with this archive
NA1891Cook; Sir; James Wilfred (1900 - 1975); chemist1900 - 1975
NA991Humphrey; John Herbert (1915 - 1987)1915 - 1987
NA2037Hutchinson; Sir; Joseph Burtt (1902 - 1988)1902 - 1988
NA4541Oliphant; Sir; Marcus Laurence Elwin (1901 - 2000)1901 - 2000
NA3607Zuckerman; Solly (1904 - 1993); Baron Zuckerman of Burnham Thorpe1904 - 1993
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