Oral histories are narrative accounts of events and historical processes as told from the points of view of participants, witnesses to history.  They preserve the experiences, recollections, and testimonies of history-makers. 

LSF has surveyed and assembled here, from disparate collections housed at leading academic libraries and historical research foundations, all existing oral histories with biotech pioneers and life scientists working in related areas. 

LSF is also currently expanding and enriching this virtual archive – we are conducting oral history interviews with leading figures in the field whose stories have not yet been heard, recorded, and made available to scholars and the public.

Oral Histories

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