Linus Pauling Institute, Fall/Winter 1999 Newsletter, Oregon State University logo

pin From the Director
pin What is Orthomolecular Medicine?
pin Recent Publications
pin Fish Oil, Vitamin E, Genes, Diet, and CHAOS!
pin The Vascular Toxicity of Homocysteine and How to Control It
pin The Anticancer Effect of Selenium-enriched Ramps
pin What about Vitamin C and Kidney Stones?
pin Intriguing New Research Results on Vitamin C
pin Step-by-Step


Linus Pauling and the Twentieth Century: Quest for Humanity--New Location

There is a travelling exhibition on Linus Pauling’s life and career, sponsored by the family of Linus Pauling, Soka Gakkai International, Oregon State University, and a number of other organizations. The concept of the exhibition originated in discussions beginning in 1987 between Daisaku Ikeda, President of the Buddhist lay organization Soka Gakkai International, and Linus Pauling. The display of text, photographs, and artifacts wonderfully conveys Linus Pauling's accomplishments and interests in chemistry, physics, biology, medicine, peace, and humanitarian concerns. The Exhibition is currently on display in Washington, DC. For more information, please call 301-779-4136 (website: www.paulingexhibit.org). Admission is free, and school children are encouraged to visit.

Last updated November, 1999


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