Sir Frederick Gowland Hopkins, O.M., F. R. S. (1861-1947) Centenary Lecture held on 20 November 1961 in the University of Cambridge

@article{Needham1962SirFG,
  title={Sir Frederick Gowland Hopkins, O.M., F. R. S. (1861-1947) Centenary Lecture held on 20 November 1961 in the University of Cambridge},
  author={J. Needham and H. Hartley},
  journal={Notes and Records of the Royal Society of London},
  year={1962},
  volume={17},
  pages={117 - 162}
}
It would be the greatest of honours and of pleasures for any biochemist i t o stand in my place this evening. Although I am sure that most of my colleagues would perform this function much better and more suitably, I take refuge in the old saying that ‘the unworthiness of the minister hindereth not the effect of the sacrament’. For this assembly, in which others are most welcome, symbolizes the feeling of discipleship which all biochemists have for Frederick Gowland Hopkins, essentially the… Expand
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