2 edition of Wellcome Trust review. found in the catalog.
Wellcome Trust review.
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Open Access Monograph and Book Chapter Deposit Form. The Wellcome Trust’s open access policy requires that original published, monographs and book chapters, which arise from Wellcome Trust funding, must be made freely available via the Europe PMC and the NCBI Bookshelf repositories. Many books have been written about the identity of ‘Jack the Ripper’, the World’s most infamous serial killer. One name is conspicuous by its absence, Sir Henry Wellcome, co-founder of the pharmaceutical company Borroughs Wellcome and Company, founder of the Wellcome Trust, Freemason and latter-day Pillar of the Establishment/5.
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