August 12, 2015
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Alain Prochiantz, « “The Newton of the Grass-Blade” », La lettre du Collège de France, ID : 10.4000/lettre-cdf.2041
Pre-war bronze statue of Claude Bernard, requisitioned by the Germans in 1941 and replaced in 1946 by the current stone replica, ARR Claude Bernard was born in 1813, and we are celebrating his 200th birthday. The celebration seems timid compared to the value of the work of the inventor of physiology. It is true that Bernard had the bearing of a man of distinction and that, if my memory serves me right, his Introduction to the Study of Experimental Medicin, as it was fed to several generatio...