Hans Meinhardt

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DDT and pyrethroids were determined in 152 breast-milk samples from three towns in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa, one of which had no need for DDT for malaria control. All compounds were found present in breast milk. Primiparae from one town had the highest mean SigmaDDT whole milk levels (238.23 microg/l), and multiparae from the same town had the highest(More)
Hans Meinhardt is a theoretical developmental biologist working at the Max-Planck-Institute for Developmental Biology in Tübingen. He has pioneered the use of mathematical modelling of embryonic pattern formation. He received his PhD from the University of Cologne in Physics. For a postdoctoral fellowship, he went to the European High Energy Laboratory CERN(More)
Hans Meinhardt received his PhD in physics from the University of Cologne at 1966. For a postdoctoral fellowship, he went to the European High Energy Laboratory CERN in Geneva where he joined a group working on the leptonic decay of the Xi-minus particle. One of his duties was to perform computer simulations to optimize the complex experimental setup--a(More)
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