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Warren Weaver

Warren Weaver arrives at the offices of the Rockefeller Foundation on Fifth Avenue in midtown Manhattan to begin a twenty-seven year tenure in which he develops and administers programs to fund promising research in the natural sciences. In 1938, he coins the term ‘molecular biology’ to describe the general approach to inquiry that he intends to support with the foundation’s largesse.

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