The van Niel papers primarily document C. B. van Niel's career at the Hopkins Marine Station of Stanford University, his participation
in preeminent scientific associations, and his role as a leader in the field of microbiology. The papers include ATCC documents,
teaching materials, research notes, publications, correspondences, photographs, audiotapes, and medals.
In 1929, Dr. C. B. van Niel (1897-1985) started his career as an associate professor at the Jacques Loeb Laboratory, Hopkins
Marine Station, Stanford University. He was appointed Herzstein Professor of Microbiology in 1946.
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