Restrictions

Referee reports in Series 10 are restricted and use requires permission of the Director of the Mandeville Special Collections Library. Also, audio visual materials in Series 11 are restricted. Researchers must request user copies be produced.

Abstract

The papers of Stanley Miller, chemist, biologist, and professor at the University of California, San Diego, known for his research into the origins of life. The papers date from 1952 to 2010 and include correspondence, writing, referee reports, research and subject files, teaching materials, conference and meeting materials, grant proposals, and audio visual materials.

Biography

Stanley Miller was born in Oakland, California, in 1930. He received his bachelor's degree in chemistry from the University of California, Berkeley in 1951 and his Ph.D. from the University of Chicago in 1954. It was there, as a graduate student studying under Harold Urey, that Miller gained attention for his research into the origins of life. As part of his graduate research, Miller created an electric discharge experiment which showed how amino acids could be generated from chemicals thought to have been present on the primitive earth. Miller's results were published by the journal Science in 1953, attracting attention from both the scientific community and the popular press.

After graduating from the University of Chicago, Miller took a year-long fellowship at Caltech. He went on to teach at the College of Physicians and Surgeons at Columbia University from 1955 to 1960. He then joined the faculty at the University of California, San Diego (UCSD) in 1960 as a professor of chemistry. While at UCSD Miller served as a director of the NASA Specialized Center of Research and Training (NSCORT) for studies in exobiology.

Miller devoted much of his career to studying the origins of life, winning the Oparin Medal from the International Society of the Study of the Origin of Life (ISSOL) in 1983. Along with his origins of life research, Miller helped to design and build a steam powered automobile, worked to create instrumentation for the search for life on Mars, and investigated the natural occurrence of clathrate hydrates. In 1995 Miller retired from teaching and became a professor emeritus.

Stanley Miller passed away in 2007.

Scope and Contents of Collection

The papers of Stanley Miller, a prominent biologist and chemist best known for his studies into the origins of life, document Miller's career and research, primarily while at the University of California, San Diego. The Miller papers date from 1952 to 2010 and are arranged in twelve series: 1) BIOGRAPHICAL MATERIALS, 2) CORRESPONDENCE, 3) WRITINGS, 4) WRITINGS OF OTHERS, 5) RESEARCH FILES, 6) GRANTS, 7) UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, SAN DIEGO (UCSD) MATERIALS, 8) CONFERENCES & LECTURES, 9) PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS, 10) REFEREE REPORTS & REVIEWS, 11) IMAGES & RECORDINGS, and 12) ORIGINS OF LIFE REPRINTS.

SERIES 1: BIOGRAPHICAL MATERIALS

The BIOGRAPHICAL MATERIALS series is arranged in two subseries: A) General and B) Personal Travel.

A) Materials in the General subseries include newspaper clippings about Miller and his work; personal papers such as curricula vitae, notes, calendars, passports and ID cards; typescripts of interviews with Miller; and posthumous materials such as a program from Miller's memorial service.

B) The Personal Travel subseries includes Miller's scrapbooks detailing his travel from 1963-1997. The scrapbooks, created by Miller, contain ticket stubs, receipts, postcards, ephemera, and in most cases, Miller's handwritten accounts of each trip. Miller's love of cycling is illustrated in several scrapbooks, which record his bicycle trips in Europe and the United States. For information documenting Miller's professional travel, see Series 8: CONFERENCES & LECTURES.

SERIES 2: CORRESPONDENCE

The CORRESPONDENCE series is arranged in three subseries: A) General Correspondence, B) Student Letters, and C) "Crackpot" Letters.

A) The General Correspondence subseries contains letters, postcards, telegrams, and email between Miller and his colleagues, students, editors and publishers, journalists, and researchers. Prominent correspondents include Leslie Orgel, John Oró, Linus Pauling, Carl Sagan, and Harold Urey. Letters are filed alphabetically, with works by unidentified correspondents, as well as miscellaneous invitations, located at the end of the subseries. The bulk of the correspondence in this series is professional in nature. It is also important to note, while the subseries does include letters from the 1950s, it does not contain correspondence directly related to Miller's graduate study or his electric discharge experiment research done while at the University of Chicago.

B) The Student Letters subseries, arranged chronologically, is comprised of letters requesting information about Miller and his electric discharge experiment, as well as instructions on repeating the experiment. Letters were written by students of all ages, from countries around the world.

C) The "Crackpot" Letters subseries is comprised of letters originally separated from the general correspondence in files labeled "crackpot" by Miller. The bulk of this subseries are letters written by either amateur scientists sharing their theories or by religious fundamentalists objecting to Miller's origins of life research.

SERIES 3: WRITINGS

The WRITINGS series is arranged in five subseries: A) Numbered Publications, B) Unnumbered Publications & Unpublished Writings, C) How Could Life Have Arisen on Earth?, D) The Origins of Life on the Earth (1974), and E) Abstracts.

A) The Numbered Publications subseries consists of published works, arranged chronologically and numbered by Miller. Files include reprints, tear sheets, typescript and handwritten drafts, notes, research, and calculations. A complete bibliography, created by Miller, can be found at the beginning of the subseries.

B) Unnumbered Publications & Unpublished Writings consists mainly of typescript and handwritten drafts of papers written by Miller. Papers are arranged chronologically, from 1952 to 2004, with undated papers filed at the end.

C) The How Could Life Have Arisen on Earth? subseries includes materials produced while writing a teaching module about chemistry and the origins of life. The subseries contains the module and instructor's manual, correspondence with the publisher, contracts, and reviews of the module by students using it in the classroom.

D) The fourth subseries is comprised of typescripts, page proofs, artwork, correspondence, and materials from the publisher related to the book The Origins of Life on the Earth (1974), written by Stanley Miller and Leslie Orgel.

E) The Abstracts subseries contains abstracts for Miller's lectures, published writings, posters, and meetings. Abstracts are arranged chronologically and range in date from 1956 to 1998.

SERIES 4: WRITINGS OF OTHERS

Items in the WRITINGS OF OTHERS series include reprints, correspondence, and typescripts of articles, dissertations, and book chapters, most edited and annotated by Miller. The bulk of this work was written by students who had done research in Miller's lab. The series is arranged alphabetically by author and ranges in date from 1973 to 1999.

SERIES 5: RESEARCH FILES

The RESEARCH FILES contains research materials produced by Stanley Miller and students working in his lab at UCSD. In most cases, the folder titles were transcribed from the original files and the original filing order was retained. The series is arranged in five subseries: A) General, B) GC-MS Spectra Graphs, C) Student Research Files, D) Laboratory Notebooks, and E) Steam Car.

A) Materials in the General files include chromatograms, annotated reprints, research notes and calculations produced by Miller and his students. Folder titles were transcribed from Miller's original files and the original order was retained. This subseries also contains materials for special projects in which Miller participated, including Miller's work with the Viking Lander Project and his research from two expeditions with the research vessel Alpha Helix. The standard set of reprints and instructions regarding his electric discharge experiment, which Miller would regularly send to inquiring students, can be found here as well.

B) The GC-MS Spectra Graphs subseries contains research graphs produced by Miller and his students. The folder titles in this subseries were transcribed from original files and the original filing order was retained.

C) Student Research Files are comprised of files dedicated to specific student's research. The folders are arranged alphabetically by student name, with unidentified files at the end.

D) The Laboratory Notebooks subseries contains Miller's laboratory notebooks, as well as the lab notebooks of students who conducted research in Miller's lab. Notebooks are arranged alphabetically by researcher and range in date from ca.1954 to 2000.

E) Materials in the Steam Car subseries include correspondence, grant proposals, progress reports, research, and press releases regarding the construction of a steam powered automobile by UCSD students in a project led by Miller. Also included are applications and rules for the 1970 Clean Air Car Race (CACR), organized by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Photographs of the UCSD Steam Javelin, which raced in the Clean Air Car Race, as well as research images of steam engines can be found in Series 11: IMAGES & RECORDINGS.

SERIES 6: GRANTS

The GRANTS series, arranged alphabetically by granting institution, is comprised of grant proposals, research proposal drafts, and correspondence. Granting institutions include the California Space Institute, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), the National Institutes of Health, and the National Science Foundation.

SERIES 7: UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, SAN DIEGO (UCSD) MATERIALS

The UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, SAN DIEGO (UCSD) MATERIALS series is arranged in three subseries: A) General Files, B) Teaching Materials, and C) NASA Specialized Center of Research and Training in Exobiology (NSCORT).

A) General Files, arranged alphabetically by committee or department, contain correspondence, inter-campus memos, meeting minutes, and reports. Materials document Miller's service to UCSD from 1962 through 2004. Along with service to his department, Miller sat on several committees which dealt with the development of the campus and its buildings, including the Building Advisory Committee for School of Science and Engineering, the Building Committee for Peterson Hall, the Chemistry Department's Space Committee, and the Library Facilities Planning Committee.

B) The Teaching Materials subseries, arranged alphabetically by class, includes lecture notes, exams, and correspondence related to classes and lectures given by Miller while teaching at UCSD. An incomplete, numbered set of Miller's lecture transparencies is included at the end of the subseries.

C) The NASA Specialized Center of Research and Training in Exobiology (NSCORT) subseries documents the formation and administration of the NSCORT program at UCSD. The subseries is comprised of correspondence, grant proposals, progress reports, meeting minutes, and ephemera related to the program.

SERIES 8: CONFERENCES & LECTURES

The CONFERENCES & LECTURES series is arranged in two subseries: A) General and B) Posters.

A) Materials in the General subseries include correspondence, programs, lecture notes, conference schedules, abstracts, and ephemera related to Miller's professional conferences, meetings, and lectures. In many instances, files also contain Miller's account of his time at these conferences - accounts which describe his trip, his daily schedule, and his opinions of lectures, discussions, and colleagues at these events. The subseries is arranged chronologically ranging in date from 1953 to 2005.

B) The Posters subseries, arranged chronologically, is comprised of notes, drafts, and print outs of information used to create posters presented at a number of conferences and meetings. Many of these posters were collaborations with students working in Miller's lab. The subseries contains only one finished presentation poster, given at the ISSOL '99 conference, and created by Carlos Estévez, Kevin Nelson, and Stanley Miller.

SERIES 9: PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS

The PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS series is arranged in two subseries: A) Miscellaneous Organizations and B) International Society for the Study of the Origin of Life (ISSOL).

A) The Miscellaneous Organizations subseries contains information regarding Miller's involvement with a number of organizations including the Committee on Space Research (COSPAR), the National Academy of Sciences, and the Precambrian Paleobiology Research Group. These documents include correspondence, meeting minutes, reports, and Miller's notes from various meetings.

B) The International Society for the Study of the Origin of Life (ISSOL) subseries documents Miller's involvement with the organization, including his service as president from 1988-1989. Materials include correspondence, newsletters, meeting minutes, information regarding the Oparin Medal, and a proposal to create the Urey Medal. Materials documenting Miller's attendance at ISSOL conferences can be found in Series 8: CONFERENCES & LECTURES.

SERIES 10: REFEREE REPORTS & REVIEWS

The REFEREE REPORTS & REVIEWS series contains referee reports written by Miller, correspondence with journal editors, and Miller's reviews of grant proposals for organizations such as NASA and the National Science Foundation. Miller served as a referee for a number of professional journals including Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, Icarus, the Journal of Molecular Evolution, Nature, Origins of Life and Evolution of the Biosphere, and Science.

SERIES 11: IMAGES & RECORDINGS

The IMAGES & RECORDINGS series is arranged in three subseries: A) Images, B) Audio Recordings, and C) Video Recordings.

A) The Images subseries contains photographs, negatives, and slides. Photographs include Miller's personal snapshots of trips and conferences, portraits of Miller taken for various publications, images of his electric discharge apparatus, and a set of slides Miller used for teaching and lectures. Photographs of steam cars, including the UCSD Steam Javelin, can be found here as well.

B) Audio Recordings document a number of Miller's speaking engagements on radio and at conferences - most often speaking about his origins of life research. Also included are six cassettes which record Harold Urey's memorial.

C) Video Recordings consist of VHS and DVD recordings of interviews with Miller, recording of Miller's lectures, and programs regarding the origins of life that feature Miller's work. Recordings range in date from 1986 to ca. 2003, with undated recordings at the end.

SERIES 12: ORIGINS OF LIFE REPRINTS

The ORIGINS OF LIFE REPRINTS series is arranged in two subseries: A) Reprints By Author and B) Reprints By Subject. This arrangement retains Miller's original filing order. Along with reprints, files include tear sheets, photocopies of articles, preprints, and drafts of papers sent to Miller by various colleagues. Many of the reprints include notes, calculations, and annotations in Miller's hand.

BIOGRAPHICAL MATERIALS

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1 1 Miscellaneous biographical information.
1 2 UCSD academic bio-bibliography, 1961-1993.
1 3 Passports, 1957-2005.
1 4 Driver's licenses & ID cards, 1948-1991.
Calendars.
1 5 1965-1969.
1 6 1970-1979.
1 7 1980-1989.
1 8 1990-1997, 1999.
Clippings.
1 9 1953-1993.
1 10 1994-1995.
2 1 1996-1998.
Contains several undated cartoons regarding primordial soup and the origins of life.
Interviews.
2 2 Men & Molecules - Radio show of the American Chemical Society. Interviewed by Norman Metzger, 1967.
2 3 Biology Today. Interviewed by Neil Campbell, 1988-1990.
2 4 Deutschlandfunk German National Radio, 1995.
2 5 Access Excellence, 1996.
Sabbatical - Correspondence & paperwork.
2 6 1984-1985.
2 7 1988-1989.
2 8 1992-1994.
University of Chicago Professional Achievement Citation, 2002.
2 9 Correspondence & paperwork.
2 10 Certificate & program.
2 11 FB-507-01, MC-10-01 Miscellaneous personal ephemera.
2 12 Personal notes.
Posthumous material.
2 13 Obituaries & rememberances, 2007-2008.
2 14-15 Stanley Miller Memorial Tribute - Including images from displays at service, October 20, 2007.
2 16 First Annual Stanley L. Miller Memorial Lecture - Program & poster, May 17, 2010.

Personal Travel

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3 1 Europe, 1963.
3 2 Australia & Asia, 1966.
3 3 Russia & Japan, 1970.
3 4 Grand Canyon, 1970.
3 5 Sweden & around the world, 1971.
3 6 Bulgaria & Israel, 1971.
3 7 Canada, 1972.
3 8 Spain & South Africa, 1973.
3 9 Malta, Spain & Pennsylvania, 1974.
Bicycle Trips.
3 10 Germany, August 1981.
France.
3 11 July 1984.
3 12 August 1985.
3 13 June 1986.
3 14 July 1987.
4 1 France & Egypt, June 1988.
4 2 Vermont, August 1990.
4 3 Death Valley, December 1992.
4 4 France, July 1996.
4 5 Death Valley, December 1997.

CORRESPONDENCE

General Correspondence

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Box Folder Oversize
4 6 Ab-Al - Miscellaneous.
4 7 Abelson, Philip, 1955-1968.
4 8 Abler, William L., 1995, 1997.
4 9 Academic Center Pasadena, 1968.
4 10 Academic Press, 1962-1998.
4 11 Addison-Wesley Publishing Company, 1979-1999.
4 12 Akaboshi, Mitsuhiko, 1997.
4 13 Alberty, Robert A., 1991-1993.
4 14 Aldrich Chemical Company, Inc., 1966.
4 15 Alien Technology, 1996-1999.
4 16 Allen, Gordon, 1996.
4 17 Am-Ay - Miscellaneous.
4 18 American Association for the Advancement of Science, 1960-1985.
4 19 American Chemical Society, 1956-2000.
4 20 American Chemical Society, San Gorgonio Section, 1973.
4 21 American Institute of Biological Sciences, 1958-1994.
4 22 American Scientist, 1994-1997.
4 23 American Society of Anesthesiologists, 1969-1971.
4 24 American Society of Biological Chemists, 1961-1966.
4 25 Ames, Gerald, 1960.
4 26 Ames Research Center, 1964, 1991.
4 27 Amherst College, 1956-1957.
4 28 Amirnovin, Ramin, 1998-1999.
4 29 Annual Review of Earth and Planetary Sciences, 1989-1997.
4 30 Apelblat, Alexander, 1988-1990.
4 31 Arizona State University, 1961-1962.
4 32 Arnold, James, 1962-1973.
4 33 Arrhenius, Gustaf, 1965-1997.
4 34 Asahi Shimbun, 1977, 1991.
4 35 Associated Press, 1995-1999.
4 36 Ba-Bh - Miscellaneous.
5 1 Bada, Jeffery, 1966-2000.
5 2 Bahadur, Krishna, 1960-1972.
5 3 Baity, Elizabeth, 1982-1983.
5 4 Bakken Library and Museum, 1998-1999.
5 5 Baltscheffsky, Herrick, 1970-1988.
5 6 Barghoorn, Elso, 1972-1980.
5 7 Bartel, David, 1997-1999.
5 8 Bauer, Raymond, 1964.
5 9 Bausor, S.C., 1967.
5 10 Bebie, Joakim, 1998.
5 11 Becker, James, 1972.
5 12 Benner, Steven, 1987.
5 13 Benson, Andrew, 1966-2006.
5 14 Bergmann, Ernst, 1967.
5 15 Bi-By - Miscellaneous.
5 16 Bishop's School, 1969.
5 17 Blaschak, Leonard, 1962.
5 18 Blaustein, Bernard, 1969-1970.
5 19 Böhlke, Rainer, 1994.
5 20 Bonnelycke, Byrd, 1969-1975.
5 21 Bonner, Oscar D., 1986-1987.
5 22 Borek, Ernest, 1961-1962.
5 23 Borowitz, Sidney, 1996-1997.
5 24 British Broadcasting Corporation, 1959-1999.
5 25 Brookhaven National Laboratory, 1955-1956.
5 26 Brooks Air Force Base, 1960-1962.
5 27 Buckel, Wolfgang, 1989-2001.
5 28 Bullivant, Stanley, 1969.
5 29 Burton, Rodney, 1998.
5 30 Ca-Cl - Miscellaneous.
5 31 Cahn, Leo, 1997.
5 32 California Institute of Technology, 1956-1971.
5 33 California Institute of Technology, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, 1961-1997.
5 34 California State University, Long Beach, 1968-1987.
5 35 California State University, Los Angeles, 1980-1981.
6 1 Cambridge Book Company, Inc., 1970-2003.
6 2 Cameron, A.G.W., 1971-1972.
6 3 Carmell, L., 1974.
6 4 Chadha, M.S., 1971-1985.
6 5 Chalmers, John, 1998-2000.
6 6 Chase, Deborah, 1962-1963.
6 7 Chemical & Engineering News, 1995-1997.
6 8 Cherkin, Arthur, 1962-1963.
6 9 Choy, Thomas, 1962.
6 10 Christian, James, 1972-1977.
6 11 Christophersen, Olav Albert, 1987.
6 12 CineNova Productions, 1996-1997.
6 13 Cine-Science Company Ltd., 1980.
6 14 Cleaves, Jim, 1996-2000.
6 15 Co-Cz - Miscellaneous.
6 16 Coast Telecourses, 1996.
6 17 Columbia Broadcast System, Inc. (CBS), 1960-2000.
6 18 Columbia University, 1956-1962.
6 19 Columbia University, Office of Radio and Television, 1970-1971.
6 20 Columbia University Press, 1959-1992.
6 21 Commeyras, A., 1976-1996.
6 22 Communications Group West, 1969-1971.
6 23 Concon, Archimedes, 1989-1990.
6 24 Consani, Keith, 1986.
6 25 Contemporary Physics, 1973.
6 26 Cornell University Press, 1972.
6 27 Cowles Communications, Inc., 1963-1970.
6 28 Cox, Daniel, 1986.
6 29 Craig, Harmon, 1978-1998.
6 30 Craig, Valerie, 1991-1998.
6 31 CRM Books, 1970-1974.
6 32 Cronin, John, 1971-1993.
7 1 D - Miscellaneous.
7 2 Daks, Joel, 1994-1996.
7 3 Davidson, D.W., 1970-1985.
7 4 Davidson, Keay, 1998.
7 5 Day, William, 1978-1983.
7 6 Deamer, David, 1987-1990.
7 7 De Duve, Christian, 1994-2002.
7 8 Defant, Marc, 1997-1998.
7 9 Denver Museum of Natural History, 1993-1994.
7 10 Department of Health & Human Services, 1986-1988.
7 11 DiFazio, Cosmo, 1972.
7 12 Di Giulio, Massimo, 1999.
7 13 Dioses, Silvio, 1983-1984.
7 14 Doel, Ron, 1979.
7 15 Dolan DNA Learning Center, 1999.
7 16 Donn, Anthony, 1960-1962.
7 17 Draganic, Ivan, 1976-1997.
7 18 Duban, Mark, 1975, 1977.
7 19 Dubowsky, Nathan, 1981-1982.
7 20 Dworkin, Jason, 1990-2001.
7 21 Dwyer, Michael, 1972-1974.
7 22 E - Miscellaneous.
7 23 Eames Office, 1995-1999.
7 24 Eger, Edmond, II, 1964-1970.
7 25 E.I. du Pont de Nemours & Company, 1966, 1994.
7 26 Eirich, Frederick, 1975-1985.
8 1 Eisch, John J., 1998-2004.
8 2 Elsevier Publishing Company, 1957-1998.
8 3 Encyclopedia Britannica, 1963, 1968.
8 4 Encyclopedia of Life Sciences, 1997.
8 5 Eolis Productions, 1989-1990.
8 6 Equinox (Oxford) Limited, 1985-1987.
8 7 Ertem, Gözen, 1993-1999.
8 8 Eschenmoser, Albert, 1990-1998, undated.
8 9 Estévez, Carlos, 1995-1999.
8 10 Evangelische Omroep (Evangelical Broadcasting Company), 1979.
8 11 Evans, David, 1961.
8 12 F - Miscellaneous.
8 13 F&M Scientific Corporation, 1961, 1963.
8 14 Ferreira, Ricardo, 1968.
8 15 Ferris, James, 1974-2000.
8 16 Field Museum of Natural History, 1992.
8 17 Finsen, Lars, 1998.
8 18 Firtel, Richard, 1965, 1999.
8 19 Fleischaker, Gail, 1992, 1996.
8 20 Follmann, Hartmut, 1989-1990.
8 21 Forces, 1967-1968.
8 22 Forterre, Patrick, 1992.
8 23 Fox, Sidney, 1956-1997.
8 24 Frangos, Apostolos, 1995-1996.
8 25 Free Inquiry, 1995.
8 26 Freitas, Robert, 1979.
8 27 Friedman, Nadav, 1969-2004.
8 28 Friedrich, Ernst, 1974.
8 29 G - Miscellaneous.
9 1 Garrels, Robert M., 1973-1986.
9 2 Garvey, James, 1967.
9 3 Gavin, Jim, 1997.
9 4 Geison, Gerald, 1991.
9 5 Gene Emergence Project, 1999.
9 6 Gentner, Donald, 1966.
9 7 Geo, 1995.
9 8 Gilson Medical Electronics, 1960.
9 9 Glasel, Jay, 1961-1965.
9 10 Glass Instruments Inc., 1961.
9 11 Goldberg, Robert N., 1985-1995.
9 12 Goodyear Publishing Company Inc., 1977-1978.
9 13 Gottlieb, Carl, 1978.
9 14 Grad, Bernard, 1958.
9 15 Graham, David, 1995-2000.
9 16 Greene, Nicholas, 1967.
9 17 Gross, Erhard, 1975-1976.
9 18 Guerrero, Ricardo, 1996, 1998.
9 19 H - Miscellaneous.
9 20 Habicht, Ernst, Jr., 1975-1976.
9 21 Hafemann, Dennis, 1964-1977.
9 22 Hagan, William, 1997-1999.
9 23 Hamilton Publishing Co., 1974.
9 24 Hanson, Kenneth, 1969-1970.
9 25 Hanson, Kerry, 1998.
9 26 Happel, John, 1974.
9 27 Harada, Kaoru, 1980-1995.
9 28 Harper & Row, Publishers, 1965-1976.
9 29 Hartage, Reimar, 1981, 1988.
9 30 Harvard Medical School, 1957.
9 31 Haverland, William, 1973.
9 32 Hayward, Mark, 1996.
9 33 He, Yujian, 1996, 1998.
9 34 Helbing, Jörg, 1989-1990.
9 35 Hickman, C.P., 1975, 1982.
9 36 Holland, Heinrich D., 1981-1999.
9 37 Holt, Rinehard and Winston, Inc., 1967.
9 38 Horne, R.A., 1975.
Horowitz, Norman.
9 39 1955-2001.
9 40 Correspondence regarding the US-USSR joint publication The Foundations of Space Biology and Medicine, 1967.
9 41 House, Chris, 1993-1997.
9 42 H.S. Martin & Son, 1961.
10 1 I - Miscellaneous.
10 2 Icarus, 1984.
10 3 Institut Pasteur, 1996.
10 4 Irion, Robert, 1998.
10 5 Isaacs, John, 1998-1999.
10 6 J - Miscellaneous.
10 7 Japan Broadcasting Corporation, 1976-1999.
10 8 Jeffrey, G.A., 1961-1984.
10 9 John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation, 1962, 1987.
10 10 Johnson, Phillip, 1995-1996.
10 11 John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 1963-1997.
10 12 Jones and Bartlett Pulbishers, Inc., 1989-1998.
10 13 Journal of Molecular Evolution, 1973-1998.
10 14 The Journal of NIH Research, 1992.
10 15 Joyce, Gerald F., 1983-1997.
10 16 Ka-Kh - Miscellaneous.
10 17 Kanavarioti, Anastassia, 1990-1999.
10 18 Kaplan, Ian, 1972-1977.
10 19 Kasting, James, 1984-1999.
10 20 Keefe, Anthony, 1992-1999.
10 21 Keller, Martin, 1994.
10 22 Kennedy, George, 1961-1962.
10 23 Keosian, John, 1964-1967.
10 24 Ki-Ky - Miscellaneous.
10 25 Kinyon, Gilbert, 1967-1997.
10 26 Kolb, Vera, 1992-1997.
10 27 KPBS Public Broadcasting, San Diego, 1975.
10 28 Krasna, Alvin, 1961-1977.
11 1 Krenitsky, Thomas, 1987.
11 2 Kristall, 1954-1955.
11 3 Kritsky, Mikhail, 1996-2000.
11 4 Kvenvolden, Keith A., 1972-1982.
11 5 L - Miscellaneous.
11 6 Labouygues, Jean-Michel, 1980-1991.
11 7 Lacey, James, 1979.
11 8 Lahav, Noan, 1991-1992.
11 9 Lal, D., 1972, 1978.
11 10 Landes Bioscience, 1996-1997.
11 11 Lang, Kenneth, 1977-1978.
11 12 Larralde Ridaura, Rosa, 1993-1995.
11 13 Lawless, James, 1972-1994.
Lazcano, Antonio.
11 14 1974-1996.
11 15 1997.
11 16 1998.
11 17 1999-2004.
12 1 Learning Resources Institute, 1961.
12 2 Lederle Laboratories, 1972.
12 3 Lemmon, Richard, 1976, 1983.
12 4 Levine, Joel S., 1982-1985.
12 5 Lewis, Ricki, 1997-1998.
12 6 Libby, Willard, 1960-1961.
12 7 Lienau, Carl, 1978.
12 8 Life, 1956, 1965.
12 9 Lizer, Greg, 1989-1990.
12 10 Lock, Maurice, 1998.
12 11 Lopp, Oscar, 1976.
12 12 Lorch, Elsa, 1963.
12 13 Low, Barbara, 1961-1962.
12 14 Lucas, A., 1995-1996.
12 15 Lunine, Jonathan, 1983.
12 16 Lyons, James, 1996-1998.
12 17 Ma-Mc - Miscellaneous.
12 18 Macia, Enrique, 1996-1998.
12 19 Madison, Kenneth, 1954.
12 20 Mallett, Nancy, 1963.
12 21 Mandile, Clare, 1998.
12 22 Marcano, Vincente, 1998-1999.
12 23 Margulis, Lynn, 1968-1998.
12 24 Marliere, Philippe, 1996-1998.
12 25 Marois, M., 1978-1979.
12 26 Maurel, Marie-Christine, 1995-1996.
12 27 Mauzerall, David, 1978-1999.
12 28 Mayer, Erwin, 1990-1995.
12 29 McGraw-Hill Book Company, 1959-1992.
12 30 McKay, Chris, 1982-1994.
12 31 McKusick, B.C., 1959.
12 32 Me-Mu - Miscellaneous.
12 33 Mietani, Wataru, 1969-1970.
12 34 Miller, Donald, 1965, 1995.
13 1 Milton, Daniel, 1973-1976.
13 2 Mitz, M.A., 1968-1979.
13 3 Miyakawa, Shin, 1998-2004.
13 4 Moore, Carleton, 1962-1963.
13 5 Moore, Stanford, 1973-1976.
13 6 Mopper, Kenneth, 1990.
13 7 Morimoto, Shiro & Tsuneko, 1994-1996.
13 8 Morvova, Marcela, 1998-2000.
13 9 Muñoz, Carlos, 1978.
13 10 Murayama, Makio, 1966-1984.
13 11 Murphy, Angela, 1983.
13 12 El Museu de la Ciència de la Fundació "La Caixa", 1998-2001.
13 13 N - Miscellaneous.
13 14 Nachmanson, David, 1960-1963.
13 15 Nagy, Bartholomew, 1962-1979.
13 16 Nagyvary, Joseph, 1976, 1983.
13 17 Naples Editing Services, 1988.
13 18 Nationaal Natuurhistorisch Museum (Netherlands), 1997-1998.
National Academy of Sciences.
13 19 1960-1999 - Includes letters & telegrams of congratulations on Miller's election into the academy.
13 20 National Research Council, 1960-1999.
13 21 Space Science Board, 1964-1988.
13 22 National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), 1967-1998.
13 23 National Dairy, 1956-1957.
13 24 National Film Board of Canada, 1998-2000.
13 25 National Geographic, 1970-1997.
13 26 National Research Council - Numerical Data Advisory Board, 1986-1989.
13 27 National Science Foundation, 1979-1998.
13 28 National Science Teachers Association, 1973.
13 29 Nature, 1967-1996.
13 30 Die Naturwissenschaften, 1972.
13 31 Navarrow-González, Rafael, 1987-1996.
14 1 Nelson, Kevin, 1996.
14 2 New Frontiers of Science, 1961.
14 3 New Scientist, 1968-1998.
14 4 Newsweek, 1979-1998.
14 5 New Yorker, 1994.
14 6 New York Times, 1965-2000.
14 7 Nippon Television Network, 1979.
14 8 NOVA, 1986.
14 9 O - Miscellaneous.
14 10 Oberbeck, Verne R., 1989-1990.
14 11 Ohio State University, 1952-1967.
14 12 Oparin, Alexander, 1961-1978.
14 13 Orgel, Leslie, 1972-1997.
14 14 Origins of Life, 1973-1997.
14 15 Ormsbee, Alice, 1997-1998.
14 16 Oró, John, 1962-1998.
14 17 Ourisson, Guy, 1996.
14 18 Oxford University Press, 1960-1997.
14 19 P - Miscellaneous.
14 20 Papper, E.M., 1960-1963.
14 21 Pauling, Linus, 1967, 1976.
14 22 Pergamon Press, 1963-1964.
14 23 Perrin, Charles, 1973-2003.
14 24 Perrin, David, 1992-1999.
14 25 Perspectives in Biology and Medicine, 1998.
14 26 Pettus, Daryl & Candice, 1975-1991.
14 27 Physiologic Reviews, 1963.
14 28 Ping, Ding Zi, 1992-1993.
14 29 Pioneer Productions, 1992.
14 30 Plaut, Gerhard W.E., 1989-1990.
14 31 Plenum Publishing Corporation, 1981-1993.
14 32 P.M. Magazine, 1990.
14 33 Point Loma Nazarene College, 1993-1999.
15 1 Pollock, Glenn, 1969, 1980.
15 2 Pomeroy, John, 1957-1962.
15 3 Ponnamperuma, Cyril, 1963-1994.
15 4 Prentice-Hall, Inc., 1963-1998.
15 5 Prescott, Erica, 1996.
15 6 Pretzello, Tony, 1974.
15 7 Price, Charles, 1973.
15 8 Q - Miscellaneous.
15 9 Queen's University, 1956.
15 10 R - Miscellaneous.
15 11 Rajewsky, B., 1968.
15 12 Ransom Publishing Ltd., 1998-1999.
15 13 Raulin, François, 1975-1999.
15 14 Rebek, Julius, Jr., 1994-1996.
15 15 Renner, Roy, 1969-1975.
15 16 Research and Development, 1964.
15 17 Rice, Abraham, 1992.
15 18 Riklis, Emmanuel, 1963.
15 19 Ring, David, 1976-1994.
15 20 Rittenberg, David, 1960-1962.
15 21 Robertson, Michael, 1992-1998.
15 22 Robinson, Arthur, 1979.
15 23 Rockefeller Institute, 1954-1964.
15 24 Roxby & Lindsey Press, 1981-1982.
15 25 Royal Ontario Museum, 1972.
15 26 Sa-Si - Miscellaneous.
Sagan, Carl.
15 27 1959-1996.
15 28 Letters about Sagan - Regarding his not being elected to the National Academy of Sciences, 1992.
15 29 Saltman, Paul, 1965-1978.
15 30 Sanderson, John, 1962.
15 31 San Diego State University, 1962-1990.
15 32 San Diego Union Tribune, 1996.
15 33 Santavy, F., 1974.
15 34 Saunders College Publishing, 1984-1993.
15 35 Saxinger, Carl, 1968.
15 36 Scheraga, Harold, 1962-1963.
15 37 Schidlowski, Manfred, 1983.
15 38 Schlesinger, Gordon, 1980-1981.
15 39 Schoonen, Martin, 1996-1998.
16 1 Schopf, J. William, 1977-2001.
16 2 Schroeder, Roy Allen, 1975-1976.
16 3 Schulman, William, 1969-1979.
16 4 Schumacher, Ernst, 1957.
16 5 Schwanker, Robert J., 1998.
16 6 Schwartz, Alan, 1971-1996.
16 7 Science, 1990-2000.
16 8 Science Digest, 1985.
16 9 Science et Vie, 1989-1990.
16 10 Science News, 1986-1997.
16 11 Science Research Associates, Inc., 1965-1966.
16 12 The Sciences, 1980, 1990.
16 13 Science Tech, Inc., 1986-1987.
16 14 Scorei, Romulus, 1996, 1998.
16 15 Semegran, Barry, 1974-1975.
16 16 Seeds, Michael, 1986, 1998.
16 17 Selective Service System, 1957-1963.
16 18 Seto, Haruo, 1998-1999.
16 19 Shapiro, Robert, 1977-1999.
16 20 Shapshak, Paul, 1974, 1976.
16 21 Sheiner, Ben, 1962.
16 22 Shoji, Hitoshi, 1985.
16 23 Siefert, Janet, 1997.
16 24 Siever, Raymond, 1968, 1975.
16 25 Sk-Sz - Miscellaneous.
16 26 Skell, Phil, 1999, 2002.
16 27 Slater, E.C., 1986.
16 28 Slater, J.V., 1971, 1982.
16 29 Smith, Adolph, 1967, 1972.
16 30 Smith, Ivan K., 1986.
16 31 Smith, Joseph, 1998.
16 32 Smithsonian Institution, Interdisciplinary Communications Program, 1970.
16 33 Society of the Sigma Xi, U.S. Naval Postgraduate School Chapter, 1961-1962.
16 34 Soriano, David, 1997-1998.
16 35 Spemann, Marianne, 1992, 1999.
16 36 Speyer, Joseph, 1962.
16 37 Der Spiegel, 1955-1996.
16 38 Springer Foreign News, 1995-1996.
16 39 Springer-Verlag, 1980, 1984.
16 40 Stanford University, 1962, 1998.
16 41 Sterling Publishing, 1965-1966.
16 42 Stern, 1970.
16 43 Stone, Nancy, 1963.
16 44 Stribling, Roscoe, 1982-1993.
16 45 Sucher, David, 1976, 1995.
16 46 Sucher, Irving, 1960-1962.
17 1 Süddeutsche Zeitung, 1995, 2003.
17 2 Sullivan, Walter, 1964.
17 3 Sweet Publishing, 1987.
17 4 Switzer, Christopher, 1993-1996.
17 5 T - Miscellaneous.
17 6 Tamiya, Nobuo, 1963.
17 7 Tarter, Jill, 1997.
17 8 Teles, Antonio de Morais Mendonca, 1997-1998.
17 9 Thames and Hudson, 1967-1971.
17 10 Thaxton, Charles, 1981-1983.
17 11 Theiner, Micha, 1966-1968.
17 12 Thiemann, W., 1978-1980.
17 13 Theimens, Mark, 1990-1991.
17 14 Third World Academy of Science, 1986.
17 15 Thomas, Shirley, 1962-1963.
17 16 Tiedemann, Hendrik, 1995-1997.
17 17 Time Incorporated, 1962-1963.
17 18 Towe, Kenneth, 1985-1998.
17 19 Traub, Wolfie, 1964, 1993.
17 20 Trends in Biochemical Science, 1976-1988.
17 21 Trewin Copplestone Publishing Ltd., 1973-1974.
17 22 Trézl, Lajos, 1995-1997.
17 23 Tschirgi, Robert, 1994-1996.
17 24 Tsoucaris-Kupfer, D., 1966.
17 25 Türkiye Tabibler Vakfi, 1983.
17 26 TV Kids Office, 1993.
17 27 U-Miscellaneous.
17 28 Union Carbide Corporation, 1959-1960.
17 29 Uniphoto Press International, Inc., 1996.
17 30 Universität Marburg, 1989.
17 31 Universität Wien, 1977.
17 32 University of Arizona, 1974-1979.
University of California.
17 33 Miscellaneous, 1980.
17 34 Horizons in Space Biosciences Advisory Committee, 1963.
17 35 Letters regarding Miller's appointment, 1958-1959.
17 36 University of California, Berkeley, 1963-1998.
17 37 University of California, Irvine, 1967-1981.
17 38 University of California, Los Angeles, 1963-1997.
17 39 University of California, Riverside, 1963.
18 1 University of California, Santa Barbara, 1966-1989.
18 2 University of California, Santa Cruz, 1981-1988.
18 3 University of Chicago, 1995-1998.
18 4 University of Chicago Press - Proposal to re-edit Oparin's The Origin of Life, with Antonio Lazcano, 1994.
18 5 University of Houston, 1964-1965.
18 6 University of Illinois, 1959-1984.
18 7 University of Kansas, 1964.
18 8 University of Pennsylvania, School of Medicine, 1970-1971.
18 9 University of Wyoming, Archive of Contemporary History, 1977.
Urey, Harold.
18 10 1955-1961.
18 11 Letters about Urey, 1979-1990.
18 12 Usher, David, 1979-1997.
18 13 V - Miscellaneous.
18 14 Vallentyne, J.R., 1953-1969.
18 15 La Vanguardia, 1996.
18 16 Veterans Administration Hospital, 1961-1962.
18 17 W - Miscellaneous.
18 18 W.A. Benjamin, Inc., 1962-1975.
18 19 Wang, Xueyun Sharon, 1997.
18 20 Wasserburg, Gerald J., 1963-1992.
18 21 Watanabe, K., 1969.
18 22 W.B. Saunders Company, 1966, 1976.
18 23 Webb, James, NASA Administrator - Letter by committee regarding the scientific importance of lunar samples, 1962.
18 24 Weibull, Claes, 1955.
18 25 Welch Scientific Company, 1966.
18 26 West, Martha, 1975-1976.
18 27 WGBH Educational Foundation, 1973-1997.
18 28 White, Robert H., 1974-1989.
18 29 Wilson, Kent, 1973-1999.
18 30 Wolfe, Stephen, 1976-1982.
18 31 Wolfenden, Richard, 1998.
18 32 Wolman, Yecheskel, 1969-1995.
19 1 Wong, Jeffrey, 1990-1999.
19 2 Woodburn, John H., 1995.
19 3 Y - Miscellaneous.
19 4 Yamagata, Yukio, 1991-1996.
19 5 Yan, Zoupeng, 1980.
19 6 Yarus, Michael, 1988-1994.
19 7 Yockey, Hubert, 1997-1999.
19 8 York Films, 1999.
19 9 Young, Richard, 1974.
19 10 Z - Miscellaneous.
19 11 Zabin, Irving, 1963.
19 12 Zamenhof, Stephen, 1960.
19 13 Ziswiler, V., 1968.
19 14 Zoological Society, Calcutta, 1993.
19 15 Zubay, Geoffrey, 1979-1997.
19 16 Zuckerland, Emile, 1983-1984.
19 17 Unidentified correspondents.
19 18 Invitations - Miscellaneous, 1996-2005.

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20 2 1970-1979.
20 3 1980-1999.

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20 4 Publications List.
20 5 1. Polarographic Currents from a Combination of Diffusion and Reaction, 1952.
20 6 3. A Production of Amino Acids Under Possible Primitive Earth Conditions, 1953.
20 7 4. A Production of Organic Compounds Under Possible Primitive Earth Conditions, 1954.
20 8 5. Production of Some Organic Compounds Under Primitive Earth Conditions, 1955.
20 9 6. The Mechanism of Synthesis of Amino Acids by Electric Discharges, 1957.
20 10 8. The Catalysis of the H2 - D2O Exchange by Aqueous Buffer Solutions, 1958.
20 11 9. A Mechanism for the Synthesis of Organic Compounds on the Primitive Earth, 1958.
20 12 10. Organic Compound Synthesis on the Primitive Earth, 1959.
20 13 12. Synthesis of Organic Compounds in the Atmosphere of the Primitive Earth, 1959.
20 14 15. Life, Origin of, in McGraw Hill Encyclopedia of Science and Technology, 1960.
20 15 16. Paleobiochemistry, in McGraw Hill Encyclopedia of Science and Technology, 1960.
20 16 17. A Theory of Gaseous Anesthetics, 1961.
20 17 18. The Occurance of Gas Hydrates in the Solar System, 1961.
20 18 19. The Origin of Life, chapter in This is Life, by W. H. Johnson and W. C. Steere, eds., 1962.
20 19 20. Current Theories on the Origin of Life, 1962.
21 1 21. Life, Origin of, in Harper Encyclopedia of Science, 1963.
21 2 22. Kinetic Studies on Hydrogenase, 1963.
21 3 23. The Origin of Life, chapter in The Seas, by M. N. Hill, ed, 1963.
21 4 24. The Possibility of Life on Mars, 1963.
21 5 25. Water Permeability of the Living Cornea, 1963.
21 6 26. A Theory of Inert Gas Narcosis, 1963.
21 7 27. Isotopic and Cosmic Chemistry: Dedicated to Harold C. Urey on His Seventieth Birthday, edited by H. Craig, S.L. Miller, and G.J. Wasserburg, 1964.
21 8 28. Liquid Water and the Origin of Life, 1964.
21 9 29. Extraterrestrial Source of Organic Compounds and the Origin of Life, 1964.
21 10 30. Origin of Life, in Cowles Comprehensive Encyclopedia, 1964.
21 11 31. Synthesis of Pyrophosphate Under Primitive Earth Conditions, 1964.
21 12 31A. Synthesis of Pyrophosphate Under Primitive Earth Conditions, printed in Prebiotic and Biochemical Evolution, 1971.
21 13 32. The Origin of Life, chapter 2 in Biology and the Exploration of Mars, 1966.
21 14 33. Some Terrestrial Programs, chapter 14 in Biology and the Exploration of Mars, 1966.
21 15 34. Review of The Origins of Prebiological Systems & of Their Molecular Matrices, by S.W. Fox, 1966.
21 16 35. Enzymatic Softening of Connective Tissue Sheaths to Aid Microelectrode Penetration, 1967.
21 17 36. Ammonium Ion Concentration in the Primitive Ocean, 1968.
21 18 37. Effects of Anesthetics on Water Structure, 1968.
21 19 38. Anesthetic Potency of CF4 and SF6 in Dogs, 1969.
21 20 39. Negative Pressure in the Interstitial Fluid of Animals, 1968.
21 21 40. Equilibrium Constant for the Reversible Deamination of Aspartic Acid, 1968.
21 22 41. Synthesis of Valine and Isoleucine in Primitive Earth Conditions, 1969.
21 23 42. Simultaneous Analysis of Purines, Pyrimidines, and Amino Acids, 1969.
21 24 43. Anesthetic Potencies of Sulfur Hexafluoride, Carbon Tetrafluoride, Chloroform and Ethrane in Doge: Correlation with the Hydrate and Lipid Theories of Anesthetic Action, 1969.
22 1-4 44. The Clathrate Hydrates of Cyclopropane, 1969.
22 5 45. The Deuteriohydrates of Cyclopropane, 1969.
22 6 46. Clathrate Hydrates of Air in Antarctic Ice, 1969.
22 7 47. Phenylalanine and Tyrosine Synthesis Under Primitive Earth Conditions, 1969.
22 8 48. The Origin of Life, in Biology and the Physical Sciences, 1969.
22 9-10 49. The Kinetics and Mechanism of the Nonenzymatic Deamination of Aspartic Acid, 1969.
22 11 50. The Kinetics of Hydration of Fumaric Acid Between pH 0 and 6, 1969.
22 12 51. The Kinetics and Mechanism of the Reversible Nonenzymatic Deamination of Aspartic Acid, 1970.
22 13 52. Review of Chemical Evolution, by Melvin Calvin, 1970.
22 14 53. The Origins of Life, in Biology and the Future of Man, 1970.
23 1 54. High Temperature Pyrolysis of C1 to C4 Hydrocarbons, 1970.
23 2 55. Carbon Dioxide Clathrate in the Martian Ice Cap, 1970.
23 3 56. Discussion in Origins of Life: Proceedings of the First Conference, edited by Lynn Margulis, 1970.
23 4 57. Primitive Earth Synthesis of Nicotinic Acid Derivatives, 1971.
23 5 58. Prebiotic Synthesis of the Aromatic and Other Amino Acids, 1971.
23 6 59. Electric Discharge Reactions of C1 to C3 Hydrocarbons, 1971.
23 7 60. Discussion in Origins of Life: Proceedings of the Second Conference, edited by Lynn Margulis, 1971.
23 8 61. Formaldehyde and Ammonia as Precursors to Prebiotic Amino Acids, 1971.
23 9 62. Amino-Acid Contamination of Aqueous Hydrochloric Acid, 1971.
23 10 63. Sterilization of Ninhydrin, 1971.
23 11 64. Prebiotic Synthesis of Hydrophobic and Protein Amino Acids, 1972.
23 12 65. Nonprotein Amino Acids from Spark Discharges and Their Comparison with the Murchison Meteorite Amino Acids, 1972.
23 13 66. Synthesis of Amino Acids from Nitriles, 1972.
23 14 67. Reviews of The Origin of Life by Natural Causes, by M.G. Rutten and The Life Puzzle, by A.G. Cairns-Smith, 1972.
23 15 68. Prebiotic Synthesis of Methionine, 1972.
24 1-5 69. Equilibrium and Kinetics of Glyconitrile Formation in Aqueous Solution, 1973.
24 6 70. The Origins of Life, 1974.
24 7 70A. The Origins of Life, Japanese translation, 1976.
24 8-10 71. Carbon Monoxide on the Primitive Earth, 1973.
25 1 71. Carbon Monoxide on the Primitive Earth - continued, 1973.
25 2 72. The Clathrate Hydrates - Their Nature and Occurance, 1973.
25 3 73. The Atmosphere of the Primitive Earth and the Prebiotic Synthesis of Amino Acids, 1974.
25 4 74. Cosmochemical Evolution and the Origins of Life, editor, 1974.
25 5 75. The Nature and Occurance of Clathrate Hydrates, 1974.
25 6 76. The First Laboratory Synthesis of Organic Compounds Under Primitive Earth Conditions, 1974.
25 7 76A. The First Laboratory Synthesis of Organic Compounds Under Primitive Earth Conditions, Spanish translation.
25 8 77. Inositol Isomers: Occurance in Marine Sediments, 1976.
25 9 78. Origin of Organic Compounds on the Primitive Earth and in Meteorites, 1976.
25 10 79. Energy Conversion in the Context of the Origin of Life, 1977.
25 11 80. Detection of Optical Asymmetry in Amino Acids by Gas Chromatography for Extraterrestrial Space Exploration: Results of a New Soil Processing Scheme with Breadboard Instrumentation, 1977.
26 1-4 81. Two Clathrate Hydrates of Dimethyl Ether, 1977.
26 5-6 82. Strecker Synthesis in the Primitive Ocean, 1981.
26 7 83. Harold C. Urey, 1893-1981, obituary, 1981.
26 8 84. Reasons for the Occurance of the Twenty Coded Protein Amino Acids, 1981.
26 9 85. Prebiotic Synthesis of Organic Compounds, 1982.
26 10 86. Biogeochemical Evolution of the Ocean-Atmosphere System, 1982.
26 11 87. On the Reported Optical Activity of Amino Acids in the Murchison Meteorite, 1983.
26 12 88. The Atmosphere of the Primitive Earth and the Prebiotic Synthesis of Organic Compounds, 1983.
26 13 89. Primitive Earth Environments: Organic Synthesis and the Origin and Early Evolution of Life, 1983.
27 1 90. Prebiotic Organic Synthesis and the Origin of Life, 1983.
27 2 91. Prebiotic Synthesis in Atmospheres Containing CH4, CO, and CO2. I. Amino Acids, 1983.
27 3 92. Prebiotic Synthesis in Atmospheres Containing CH4, CO, and CO2. II. Hydrogen Cyanide, Formaldehyde, and Ammonia, 1983.
27 4 93. The Prebiotic Synthesis of Organic Molecules and Polymers, 1984.
27 5 94. Carbon and Energy Yields in Prebiotic Synthesis Using Atmospheres Containing CH4, CO, and CO2, 1984.
27 6-9 95. The Spark Discharge Synthesis of Amino Acids from Various Hydrocarbons, 1984.
27 10-11 96. The Chemical Conditions on the Parent Body of the Murchison Meteorite: Some Conclusions Based on Amino, Hydroxy, and Dicarboxylic Acids, 1984.
27 12 97. Clathrate Hydrates in the Solar System, 1985.
27 13 98. Remarks on the Review Article "Replication and Evolution in Inorganic Systems," by Armin Weiss, 1986.
28 1 99. Current Status of the Prebiotic Synthesis of Small Molecules, 1986.
28 2 100. Racemization and the Origin of Optically Active Organic Compounds in Living Organisms, 1987.
28 3 101. Equilibrium Constants of Several Reactions Involved in the Fermentation of Glutamate, 1987.
28 4 102. The Case for Ancestral Genetic System Involving Simple Analogues of the Nucleotides, 1987.
28 5 103. Energy Yields for Hydrogen Cyanide and Formaldehyde Syntheses: The HCN and Amino Acid Concentrations in the Primitive Ocean, 1987.
28 6 104. Prebiotic Synthesis of Imidazole-4 - Acetaldehyde and Histidine, 1987.
28 7 105. Electric Discharge Synthesis of HCN in Simulated Jovian Atmospheres, 1987.
28 8 106. Which Organic Compounds Could Have Occured on Prebiotic Earth?, 1987.
28 9 107. Submarine Hot Springs and the Origin of Life, 1988.
28 10 108. Origin of Life and Submarine Hot Springs, 1989.
29 1 109. Production of Organic Compounds in Plasmas: A Comparison Among Electric Sparks, Laser-Induced Plasmas, and UV Light, 1989.
29 2 110. In Situ Investigations, 1989.
29 3 111. The Origin and Early Evolution of Life on Earth, 1990.
29 4-7 112. The Thermodynamics of the Krebs Cycle and Related Compounds, 1990.
30 1 113. Prebiotic Synthesis of Histidine, 1990.
30 2 114. Extraterrestrial Synthesis, 1991.
30 3 115. Attempted Nonenzymatic Template-Directed Oligomerizations on a Polyadenylic Acid Template: Implications for the Nature of the First Genetic Material, 1991.
30 4 116. Template-Directed Synthesis of Oligonucleotides Under Eutectic Conditions, 1991.
30 5 117. Two-Dimensional Life?, 1991.
30 6 118. The Prebiotic Synthesis of Organic Compounds as a Step Toward the Origin of Life, 1992.
30 7 119. Whence Came Life?, 1992.
30 8 120. Prebiotic Syntheses of Vitamin Coenzymes: I. Cysteamine and 2-Mercaptoethanesulfonic Acid (Coenzyme M), 1993.
30 9 121. Prebiotic Syntheses of Vitamin Coenzymes: II. Pantoic Acid, Pantothenic Acid, and the Composition of Coenzyme A, 1993.
30 10 122. Comment on "Summary and Implications of Reported Amino Acid Concentrations in the Murchison Meteorite," by E.L. Shock and M.D. Schulte, 1993.
30 11 123. The Prebiotic Synthesis of Organic Compounds on the Early Earth, 1993.
31 1 124. Impact Melting of Frozen Oceans on the Early Earth: Implications for the Origin of Life, 1994.
31 2 125. Alternative Bases in the RNA World: The Prebiotic Synthesis of Urazole and Its Ribosides, 1994.
31 3 126. How Long Did it Take for Life to Begin and Evolve to Cyanobacteria?, 1994.
31 4 127. Evolution of the Biosynthesis of the Branched-Chain Amino Acids, 1995.
31 5 128. The Stability of Amino Acids at Submarine Hydrothermal Vent Temperatures, 1995.
31 6 129. A Possible Prebiotic Synthesis of Pantetheine, a Precursor to Coenzyme A, 1995.
31 7 130. Prebiotic Synthesis of 5-Substituted Uracils: A Bridge Between the RNA World and the DNA-Protein World, 1995.
31 8 131. An Efficient Prebiotic Synthesis of Cytosine and Uracil, 1995.
31 9 132. Rates of Decomposition of Ribose and Other Sugars: Implications for Chemical Evolution, 1995.
31 10 133. Prebiotic Synthesis of Organic Compounds. A Short Review and New Results, 1995.
32 1 134. La Síntesis Prebiótica de Compuestos Orgánicos Como Paso Hacia el Origen de la Vida, (Translation of #118), 1995.
32 2 135. Investigation of the Prebiotic Synthesis of Amino Acids and RNA Bases from CO2 Using FeS/H2S as a Reducing Agent, 1995.
32 3 136. The Origin of Life - Did it Occur at High Temperatures?, 1995.
32 4 137. Are Polyphosphates or Phosphate Esters Prebiotic Reagents?, 1995.
32 5 138. Potentially Prebiotic Synthesis of Condensed Phosphates, 1996.
32 6 139. Hydrolysis of Dihydrouridine and Related Compounds, 1996.
32 7 140. The Origin and Early Evolution of Life: Prebiotic Chemistry, the Pre-RNA World, and Time, 1996.
32 8 141. Was Ferrocyanide a Prebiotic Reagent?, 1996.
33 1-3 142. Prebiotic Synthesis of Diaminopyrimidine and Thiocytosine, 1996.
33 4 143. From the Primitive Soup to the Cyanobacteria: It May Have Taken Less Than 10 Million Years, 1996.
33 5 144. Peptide Nucleic Acids and Prebiotic Chemistry, 1997.
33 6-7 145. Oparin's "Origins of Life": Sixty Years Later, 1997.
33 8 146. Hydrogen Consumption by Methanogens on the Early Earth, 1998.
33 9 147. Oceanic Protection of Prebiotic Organic Compounds from UV Radiation, 1998.
34 1 148. The Stability of the RNA Bases: Implications for the Origin of Life, 1998.
34 2 149. Facing Up to Chemical Realities: Life Did Not Begin at the Growth Temperatures of Hyperthermophiles, 1998.
34 3 150. Technical Comment on "Organic Shielding of Greenhouse Gases on Early Earth", 1998.
34 4 151. The Endogenous Synthesis of Organic Compounds, 1998.
34 5 152A. Does Formate Reduce α-Ketoglutarate and Ammonia to Glutamate?, 1999.
34 6 153. The Prebiotic Synthesis of Modified Purines and Their Potential Role in the RNA World, 1999.
34 7 154. Production of Guanine from NH4CN Polymerizations, 1999.
34 8-9 155. On the Origin of Metabolic Pathways, 1999.
35 1 156. Prebiotic Synthesis of Adenine and Amino Acids Under Europa-Like Conditions, 2000.
35 2 157. Peptide Nucleic Acids Rather than RNA May Have Been the First Genetic Molecule, 2000.
35 3 158. A Kinetic Estimate of the Free Aldehyde Content of Aldoses, 2000.
35 4 159. The Nicotinamide Biosynthetic Pathway is a By-Product of the RNA World, 2001.
35 5 160. Concentration by Evaporation and the Prebiotic Synthesis of Cytosine, 2001.
35 6 161. The Cold Origin of Life: A. Implications Based on the Hydrolytic Stabilities of Hydrogen Cyanide and Formamide, 2002.
35 7 162. The Cold Origin of Life: B. Implications Based on Pyrimidines and Purines Produces from Frozen Ammonium Cyanide Solutions, 2002.
35 8 163. Prebiotic Synthesis from CO Atmospheres: Implications for the Origins of Life, 2002.
35 9 164. The Roads to and from the RNA World, 2003.
35 10 165. An Investigation of Prebiotic Purine Synthesis from the Hydrolysis of HCN Polymers, 2005.

Unnumbered Publications and Unpublished Writings

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35 11 Transition Probabilities of Vibrational Lines of Diatomic Molecules, 1952.
35 12 Hydrogenase - pH and rate - Miscellaneous papers, ca. 1958.
35 13 Possibilities for the Accumulation of Water by Organisms on Mars, 1966.
35 14 Synthesis of Histidine Under Primitive Earth Conditions, 1972.
35 15 How Primitive are the Primidines?, 1982.
35 16 Prebiotic Synthesis and the Origin of Life, 1987.
35 17 Alternatives to Nucleic Acids as Informal Macromolecules, 1989.
35 18 Production Rates of HCN on the Primitive Earth and its Role as a Greenhouse Gas, 1989.
35 19 The Chemistry Department Logo, 1990.
35 20 Prebiotic Synthesis of Hydroxymethyluracil... [Later retitled: The Hydroxymethylation of Uracil], 1993.
35 21 The Reduction of 5-Hydroxymethyluracil to Thymine by Formate, 1995.
The Hydromethylation of Uracil.
Drafts.
35 22 July - August 1995.
35 23 December 1995.
35 24 1996.
36 1 1997.
36 2 Research notes, calculations & reviewer comments, 1993-1997.
Prebiotic Synthesis of Long Chain Hydrocarbons from Iron Carbides.
36 3 Drafts & notes, 1998.
Correspondence.
36 4 1995-1996.
36 5 1997.
36 6 1998-1999.
37 1 The Synthesis of Purines and Pyrimidines on the Murchison Meteorite..., 1998.
37 2 A Reinvestigation of the Prebiotic Adenine Synthesis from HCN Polymerizations, ca. 1999.
37 3 The Beginning of Chemical Evolution Experiments: Recollections and Perspectives, chapter in Life in the Universe: From Miller Experiments..., 2004.
37 4 The Clathrate Hydrate of Carbon Tetraflouride, undated.
The Interconversion of 1- and N6-methyladenine: A Reversible Dimroth Rearrangement, undated.
37 5 Typescript drafts.
37 6 Research material and notes.
37 7 Prebiotic Consequences of High CO2 Atmospheres, undated.
37 8 Prebiotic Synthesis of Pseudouridine, undated.
Untitled & undated papers.
37 9 [Amide Hydrolysis].
37 10 [Deamination of alaninenitrile].
37 11 "Increment paper".
37 12 [Nitrile hydrolysis].
37 13 [Primitive earth, nitrile equib. & hydrolysis].
37 14 Drafts of miscellaneous & unidentified papers.

How Could Life Have Arisen on Earth?

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38 1-2 Teaching module, 1998.
38 3 Instructor's manual, 1998.
38 4-5 Annotated draft, 1997.
38 6 Proposal, 1996.
38 7 Notes, 1997.
Correspondence.
38 8 1995-1996.
38 9 1997.
38 10 1998, 2004.
38 11 Progress reports, 1997-1998.
38 12 Module testing reviews, 1996-1998.
39 1 Contracts, 1998-2000.

The Origins of Life on the Earth (1974)

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39 2-4 Original manuscript, April 14, 1972.
39 5 Page proofs.
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39 6 Chapters 1-5.
39 7 Chapters 6-8.
39 8 Chapters 9-15.
39 9 Miscellaneous & large drawings.
39 10 Figures & captions.
40 1 Figures not used.
Correspondence.
40 2 1965-1972.
40 3 1973-1979.
40 4 1980-1985.
40 5 Contracts, 1965, 1973, 1982.
40 6 Marketing material.
40 7 Book reviews, 1974-1975.
40 8 Royalty statements, 1973-1985.
40 9 Materials regarding a revised edition, 1993-1997.

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40 11 1956-1972.
40 12 1973-1983.
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41 5 Amirnovin, Ramin. An Analysis of the Metabolic Theory of the Origin of the Genetic Code, 1997.
41 6 Commeyras, Auguste. Origin of Life: Synthesis of Amino Acids in Prebiotic Conditions, undated.
41 7 Di Mauro, Ernesto. The Catalyzed Synthesis of Purines and Pyrimidines from Fomadine: Implications for the Origin of Life, 1999.
Dworkin, Jason. Alternatives to Uracil in the Pre-RNA World. Dissertation.
41 8 Drafts, undated.
41 9 Copy with corrections.
42 1 Research, notes & calculations, undated.
42 2 Eger, Edmond, II. Miscellaneous typescript copies.
42 3 Hassig, Christian. A Postulated Mechanism for the Origin of RNA Catalyzed Polypeptide Synthesis, 1992.
42 4 Joyce, Gerald. RNA Evolution and the Origins of Life, undated.
42 5 Lawless, James & Cheryl Boynton. Thermal Synthesis of Thermal Synthesis of Amino Acids from a Simulated Primitive Atmosphere, 1973.
42 6 Levy, Matthew. The Prebiotic Synthesis of Modified Purines and the Stability of Nucleobases, 1997.
42 7 Oppenheimer, Norman. Peptide Synthesis Under Primitive Earth Conditions, undated.
42 8 Rhamy, Don, ed. Researchers Calculate: Life May Be Younger Than We Think, from What's Happening in Chemistry, 1995.
Article is written about Miller's research.
Schlesinger, Gordon.
42 9 The Prebiotic Chemistry of Acrolein and Acrylonitrile. Dissertation, 1978.
42 10 Equilibrium and Kinetics of the Addition of Ammonia to Acrylonitrile, and Kinetics of Hydrolysis of Alanine Nitrile in Aqueous Solution, undated.
42 11 Rated of the Hydroxide Catalyzed Reactions of Water and of the Addition of Cyanide Ion to Acrylonitrile in Aqueous Solution, undated.
42 12 Suess, Hans. Heavy Water Production in Norway During World War II, 1991.
Van Trump, James. The Strecker Synthesis and Its Prebiological Importance.
42 13 Dissertation draft edited by Miller, 1975.
43 1 Bound dissertation with Miller's notes, 1975.
43 2 White, Robert. Occurance of S-Methyl Thioesters in Urines of Humans After They Have Eaten Asparagus, 1975.
43 3 Wills, Christopher and Jeffrey Bada. The Spark of Life: Darwin and the Primeval Soup (2000). Includes draft of chapter 2 with Miller's annotations, 1999.

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43 4 Vitamin K, Coenzyme Q.
VK #143 repeat.
43 5 0 - 45 minutes, 1994.
43 6 1 - 3.5 hours, 1994.
43 7 4.5 - 10 hours, 1994.
43 8 Tube 649, 1994.
43 9 U+R 5.5M DCL, 1997.
43 10-11 VK #150, 0-2 hours, 3-8 hours.
VK #152.
43 12 0 - 1.5 hours, 1994.
43 13 T2 - T4, 1994.
43 14-15 VK #146, 0-2 hours, 3-7 hours.
43 16 VK #158 - 689, 690, 1994.
VK #153.
43 17 0-2 hours, 1994.
44 1 3-5 hours, 1994.
44 2 VK #19, 20, 21, HPLC, 1993.
44 3 U3 - M-P, 1994.
44 4 Urazole HPLC, 1st attempt.
44 5 VK #133 - Urazole + ribose + NaOAc, 1994.
44 6 VK #136 - UZ + R, 1994.
44 7 VK #67, 1993.
VK #144 - pH4 [NaOAc].
44 8 Unheated, 1994.
44 9 30 minutes - 3 hours, 1994.
44 10 4.5 - 7.5 hours, 1994.
VK #141.
44 11-13 #630-636, 1-5 hours, 7-17 hours, 1994.
44 14 #645.
44 15 Glutaric, succinic, aldehyde.
45 1 Histidine from aldehydes.
45 2 Tetramer histidine chromograms.
45 3 Histidine from chloromethyl imidazole and HCN trimer, etc.
45 4 Serine --> cysteine, 1970.
45 5 Heating of cysteine - H2Co, 1974.
45 6 Prol from diacetylene.
45 7 Acrolein + "Gly" --> Prol.
45 8 Summary of pyrimidine synthesis experiments.
45 9 CH2 = CH - CN + (NH4)2Sn , CH2 = CH - CN + NH4SCN.
45 10 ORN - PROL, LYS - PIP.
46 1 Argnine & citrulline from γ - NH2 Butyraldehyde.
46 2 Cyanoacetaldehyde + NH3 + HCN.
46 3 H2CO + Gly [in equilibrium] Ser - Chromatograms.
46 4 Acrylonitrile, acrolein, propiolaldehyde chromatograms.
46 5 CMH --> Orotic, Hydantoin + Glyox --> CMH.
46 6 Chromotropic acid method.
46 7 Recovery control.
46 8 Putricine, etc. Polyamines.
46 9 HCN hydrolysis contamination.
46 10 Acetone + NH3.
46 11 Phosphate analysis.
46 12 Chromatography, miscellaneous.
46 13 Chromatography of sugars.
46 14 Amino acid chromatography.
46 15 GC-MS Instructions.
46 16 Known A.A. analyzer, pH 2.8, short column, etc.
46 17-18 Glycinamide & nitrile.
47 1-2 Nitrile hydrolysis.
47 3-4 Hydrolysis of alphatic & hydroxy amides.
HMU DIP.
47 5 2M.
47 6 VK #187, VK #188, VK #189, U --> HMU [PO4].
47 7-8 pH 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11.
Uracil 6 - Acetic acid.
47 9 1993.
47 10 6 - MeU.
48 1 6 Carboxymethyl uracil.
48 2 VK 178.
48 3 Coenzyme F 420, VK #232 & 225.
48 4 U7/G7 Decomp.
48 5 Dry downs.
CMAM uridine.
48 6 Contains "Final Report: NSCORT Summer Fellowship," by unidentified student.
48 7 JD1 - JD3.
48 8 JD4 - JD6 - HPLC.
48 9 JD7 - JD9.
48 10 Reverse phase STDS.
48 11 40% A 2mL A4 STDS.
48 12 JD10.
48 13 CMAMU synthesis.
48 14 UTP/UMP decomp, U#118 & JD3.
DAP.
48 15 DAP/HCHO.
48 16 Diaminopyrimidine solubility.
48 17 U155.
Hydroxymethyl adenine.
48 18 VK 219.
48 19 8-HM adenine.
48 20 VK 219, HM uracil.
Formate thymine.
48 21 Miscellaneous reprints and notes.
48 22 Relative rates.
48 23 Formate, miscellaneous.
48 24 Formate - U#164.
49 1 VK #88, 1 - MeUz + ribose.
49 2 VK #90, 1 - MeUz + ribose.
Reactions of Uz with sugars.
49 3 Fructose + Uz.
49 4 Fructose + Uz, overnight C-13 NMR.
49 5 Sorbose + Uz.
49 6 Tagatose + Uz.
49 7 Urazole riboside reequilibration.
Urizine decomp.
49 8 Miscellaneous.
49 9 Zero time, December 12, 1992.
49 10 After 24 hours, December 13, 1992.
49 11 After 48 hours, December 14, 1992.
49 12 After 72 hours, December 15, 1992.
49 13 After 96 hours, December 16, 1992.
49 14 After 432 hours, December 30, 1992.
49 15 After 624 hours, January 7, 1993.
49 16 January 16, 1993.
Temperature profile R + Urazole.
49 17 Miscellaneous.
49 18 Day 1, December 11, 1992.
49 19 Day 2, December 12, 1992.
49 20 Day 3, December 13, 1992.
49 21 Day 4, December 14, 1992.
49 22 Day 5, December 15, 1992.
49 23 Day 6, December 16, 1992.
49 24 Day 20, December 20, 1992.
β - P UzRbs equil. at 40°.
49 25 Also B - F.
49 26 Equilibration of βF + α - F mixture.
49 27 Uz ribosides - pure NMR's, October 1993.
49 28 Reequilibration 80° --> 100° VK #27.
49 29 Reequilibration 80° --> 60° VK #27.
49 30 Reequilibration 80° --> 40° VK #27.
49 31 Reequilibration 80° --> 25° VK #27.
49 32 Reequilibration 80° --> 100° VK #33, March 22, 1993.
49 33 NMR analyses, ribose + riboside of urazole.
49 34 I-Methyl urazole in D2O + TSPS.
49 35 NMR summaries.
49 36 Idose + Uz, VK # 121, 100°.
49 37 Ribose + Uz, VK #34a.
49 38 VK #33a, #34a.
49 39 R + Uz, VK #34.
50 1 VK #36.
50 2 R + Uz, VK #42, rate at 120°.
50 3 VK #46, Cyanoisourea + NH2NH2.
50 4 Vk #39, Semicarbazide + KCNO.
50 5 VK #38, NH2NH2 + KCNO.
50 6 KCN + NaOD in dmso - d6.
50 7 VK #17, decomposition of 6-Azauridine.
50 8 VK #22, R + U, .04M, 80°.
50 9 VK #23, U + conc. ribose, 80°.
50 10 Idose.
50 11-12 Idose + Uz.
50 13 Idose + Uz, 25°C expt. with NaOAc buffer.
50 14 VK #81, R + Uz, pH 0.36, 8.44, 12.7, 100°.
50 15 VK #89, Uracil + ribose.
50 16 VK #94, Uracil + arabinose.
50 17 VK #145, Uracil + ribose.
50 18 Energy yields.
50 19 Energy yields - Solar nebula, H2CO energy yields.
50 20 Uz - Glucoside, VK #134, 1994.
50 21 Cyanohydrin stability.
50 22 NH4CN.
50 23 Diamino purine.
50 24 Methanation.
51 1 Serine deaminase dealdolase.
51 2 Folic acid.
51 3 Rubisco.
51 4 Thiophene.
51 5 Cu+2 - Gly complexes, acidic gly compounds.
51 6 CH3C(O) - C(O) - CH2 - CH2OH.
51 7 Wobble.
51 8 OHC CH2COOH.
51 9 Terpenoids, halophides, membranes - experiments.
51 10 HCN, KCN.
51 11 HCN pK.
51 12 CO + NH3 + HCN + CO2 ...
51 13 HCN thermo.
51 14 Formic acid.
51 15 HCOOH solubility.
51 16 HMU references.
Core urazole data.
51 17 Glyceraldehyde + Uz.
52 1 Uz + Propanal/Ethanal.
52 2 Deoxyribose (aldehyde).
52 3 Deoxyribose, first stab.
52 4 Deoxyribose, unheated - 80°.
52 5 Deoxyribose, 2-dexoyribose, 80°.
52 6 2-deoxyribose.
52 7 2-deoxyribose + Uz - Deoxyribose solubility.
52 8 2-deoxyribose + Uz - Decomp.
Spectra for Journal of Molecular Evolution paper.
52 9 1H-NMR's - H-1 NMR α-P UxRbs.
52 10 1H-NMR's - β-F + α-F 1H-NMR UzRbs.
52 11 1H-NMR's - 1-H NMR β-P UzRbs.
52 12 1-Me Urazole H-bonding NMR experiments, 1992.
52 13 1-Me Urazole H-bonding NMR experiments - 1-Me - Urazole.
52 14 U2 - Uz decomp., 280-281.
52 15 Gulose VT.
52 16 Gulose VK #154.
52 17 Talose VK #154.
53 1 Idose VK #185.
53 2 Uz + Deoxyglucose.
53 3 Glucose VK #138.
53 4 Mannose VK #138.
53 5 25° sugars data - 0.4m + 0.4m.
53 6 25° sugars data, Keq.
VK #154.
53 7 Ara.
53 8 Lyxose.
54 1 Ribose.
54 2 Xylose.
54 3 Altrose.
54 4 Allose.
54 5 Galactose.
54 6 Glucose.
54 7 Idose.
54 8 Thiamine.
54 9 Ribose.
54 10 U #164.
54 11 Uz + misc. aldehydes, VK #96 - PA + Uz.
54 12 Uz + misc. aldehydes, VK #96 - Glyceraldehyde + Uz.
NMR's of starting materials.
54 13 Fumarate.
54 14 Guanyl urea.
54 15 Biuret.
55 1 "RAT".
55 2 Br - RAT.
55 3 Synthesis (Robin's technique) - VK #54a, 54m, 57, 58.
55 4 Br - RAT + Si - Uz, VK #65.
55 5 Hexamethylsilazane.
55 6 Bromination of "RAT," VK #43, 47, repeat.
55 7 Uz + Br - RAT, VK #44, largely unsuccessful.
55 8 Si - Uz + Br - RAT ~x, VK #51, largely unsuccessful.
55 9 4-Me Urazole + R, VK #26.
NMR's.
55 10 Urazole.
55 11 Glycolaldehyde + indole.
55 12 Ribose, TSPS, anthranilic acid.
55 13 Dioxane.
55 14 Indole.
55 15 Imidazole, triose reductone, imidazole + triose reductone.
55 16 NC - CH2 - COH.
Anthranilic acid + ribose.
55 17 July 29 spectrum, 1992.
55 18 July 31 spectra, 1992.
55 19 August 5 spectrum, 1992.
55 20 HCN + CN-.
55 21 β - Ala.
55 22 Hydantoic acid, hydantoin.
55 23 Phe - CH2O ~x.
55 24 HiS - C2HO ~x.
55 25 Ribose, 1H - NMR, C-13 NMR.
55 26 Ribulose.
55 27 Indole + H2C = O.
55 28 Indole, glyceraldehyde, indole + glyc.
55 29 C-13 spectra - Indole, indole + glyceraldehyde.
55 30 Thiourea.
55 31 Guanyl urea sulfate.
55 32 Biguanide + NaOCl, Biguanide + H2O2.
55 33 IR's.
55 34 Synthesis of urazole riboside, VK #56.
55 35 Urazole riboside, 1H-NMR peaks picked.
Ribose + urazole.
55 36 VK #9 - Indole - 3 - Carbinol.
55 37 VK #9 - 1H-NMR's.
55 38 VK #9 - C-13 NMR's.
55 39 Dilution expts from VK #9.
Rate of formation - VK #12.
55 40 Zero time, December 4, 1992.
55 41 Sample #1 after 5 hours, December 4, 1992.
55 42 Sample #2 after 23 hours, December 5, 1992.
55 43 Sample #3 after 52 hours, December 6, 1992.
56 1 Sample #4 after 80 hours, December 7, 1992.
56 2 Sample #5 after 108 hours, December 8, 1992.
56 3 Sample #6 after 129 hours, December 9, 1992.
56 4 Sample #7 after 153 hours, December 10, 1992.
56 5 Sample #8 after 177 hours, December 11, 1992.
56 6 Sample #9 after 199 hours, December 12, 1992.
56 7 Sample #10 after 223 hours, December 13, 1992.
56 8 Sample #11 after 247 hours, December 14, 1992.
56 9 Sample #12 after 271 hours, December 15, 1992.
56 10 Sample #13 after 290 hours, December 16, 1992.
56 11 Sample #14 after 626 hours, December 30, 1992.
56 12 Sample #15 after 756 hours, January 4, 1993.
56 13 Sample #16 after 818 hours, January 7, 1993.
56 14 December 30, 1992 & January 16, 1993.
56 15 Rate of formation - VK #59, ribose melt with urazole.
56 16 Mannose + Uz.
56 17 Gulose + Uz, VK #121.
56 18 Altrose + Uz, VK #121.
56 19 Talose + Uz.
56 20 Glucose + Uz.
56 21 Xylose + Uz.
56 22 Arabinose + Uz.
56 23 Galactose + Uz.
56 24 Triose reductone.
56 25 OH pyridine furan.
56 26 Non-enzyme transamination.
56 27 Pyridoxyl schiff bases.
56 28 Nicotinamide.
56 29 Oxalacetic acid, acetoacetic acid.
56 30 Nicotinonitrile amide, acid.
56 31 Kraut's RNA-Protein model.
56 32 Hydration & amination of acrolein & acrylonitrile.
56 33 Formamide hydrolysis.
56 34 HCN graph.
56 35 HCN hydrolysis data.
57 1 Miscellaneous notes & reprints, including peptide stability.
Biuret + NH2NH2.
57 2 Miscellaneous.
57 3 Urea in various solvents.
57 4 Urazole yield, guanazole yield.
57 5 Semicarbazide in various solvents.
57 6 VK #5, variable biuret [pause].
57 7 VK #21, 80°.
57 8 VK #28.
57 9 VK #31, 80°.
57 10 VK #31a, biuret + hydrazine kinetics repeat.
57 11 VK #35, biuret + hydrazine, conc. change.
57 12 VK #36, biuret + hydrazine, variable temp.
57 13 VK #40, biuret + semicarbazide.
57 14 VK #48, drydown expts.
57 15 VK #75, #79, #80.
Biuret + NaOCl or H2O2.
57 16 VK #7, NaOCl.
57 17 VK #8, H2O2.
57 18 VK #7, ΔNaOCl.
57 19 VK #8, ΔH2O2.
57 20 VK #19, H2O2 Δ80°.
57 21 VK #20, NaOCl Δ80°.
57 22 Glycolaldehyde.
57 23 DAP hydrolysis.
57 24 Revised U #147.
57 25 Thiocytosine.
57 26 U --> AMU in borate, U #63.
57 27 HPLC's, Exp. 1-3, pH6, 7, 8.
57 28 Exp. 4, redo of pH7 6MeA 1MeA.
57 29 Exp. 5-6.
57 30 Exp. 8.
58 1 Exp. 9-12.
58 2 1MeA --> 6MeA.
58 3 Methyl amine.
58 4 Sol. 2 and 3.
58 5 3MHCl hydrolysis.
58 6 M-U in space.
58 7 Reverse phase, standards & other trials.
58 8 Diode array, 1MeA-->6MeA.
C-13 NMRs of Uz + sugars, VK #134 & other VK #.
58 9 Talose.
58 10 Gulose.
58 11 Lyxose.
58 12 Arabinose.
58 13 Glucose.
58 14 Xylose.
58 15 Mannose.
58 16 Altrose.
58 17 Galactose.
C-13 NMRs of sugars.
58 18 Uz - talosides.
58 19 Arabinose + Uz, C-13 & H-1 NMRs.
58 20 Lyxose.
58 21 Uz - xyloside, VK #134.
58 22 C-13 integrations, urazole riboside, for Journal of Molecular Evolution paper.
UV data.
58 23 VK #100, UV ins. of urazole, guanazole, uracil.
58 24 VK #112, urazole, UV calibration.
59 1 Standard UV spectra.
59 2 Chromotography on Dowex 50(H+).
59 3 Buffers.
59 4 Albizzine.
59 5 Albizzine decomp.
59 6 Isoserine α-β diamino propionic.
59 7 Pyrolidine, piperidine + BrCN + (CN)2.
59 8 GLY --> GLY - GLY.
59 9 Pyroglutamic.
59 10 Pyroglutamic lactams & lactones.
59 11 Cyanoacetaldehyde.
59 12 A + B --> C.
60 1 Dimerization of cyanoacetaldehyde.
60 2 Decomposition of C, D --> Y --> C.
60 3 E 137, EDMA pk's.
60 4 E 141, kf EDMA --> MkP.
60 5 Predicted pH.
60 6 E 77, E 79, E 85.
60 7 E 94, EDMA NMR.
60 8 E 124, pH calcs.
60 9 EDMA --> MKP, SLM calc.
60 10 Ferrocyanide literature.
60 11 Anesthesia pressures.
60 12 Anesthesia theories.
Guanazole + ribose.
60 13 Ribosides.
60 14 Methyl keto furan + formaldehyde.
60 15 VK #18.
60 16 Guanazole.
60 17 Tube 539, December 13, 1993.
60 18 Tube 539, March 28, 1994.
60 19 VK #124.
60 20 VK #73, VK #66.
PRPP and its reactions.
61 1 Tube 270.
61 2 Tube 271.
61 3 Tube 272.
Azauracil expts.
61 4 VK #15, 6-Azauracil.
61 5 VK #15a, 6-Azauracil + conc. ribose repeat.
61 6 VK #14, 6-Azauracil + ribose.
61 7 VK #11, 6-Azauracil + ribose.
Rx of urazole with aldehydes.
61 8 Benzaldehyde + Uz.
61 9 VK #72, DCDA + NH2 - NH - CH3.
61 10 Glyceraldehyde + Uz.
61 11 Propanal + Uz.
61 12 U #165.
61 13 U #166.
61 14 DAP, drydowns.
61 15 D #1.
61 16 U #1.
61 17 X #1.
61 18 Urazole decomposition, VK #30.
61 19 Decomposition of biuret, VK #37.
Dicyandiamide + NH2NH2.
61 20 VK #60.
61 21 VK #41.
61 22 VK #62.
61 23 VK #53.
61 24 VK #48, dry down exp.
61 25-26 Ribose - 5-Phosphate + urazole.
61 27 Ribose - 5-P + Uz, VK #115.
61 28 Ribose - 5-Phosphate + urazole, VK #111 & VK #114.
61 29 1 - Methyl urazole + ribose, VK #24 & VK #25.
Urazole + arabinose expts.
61 30 Arabinose C-13 NMR.
61 31 VK #10, C-13 NMR.
61 32 VK #10, 1H-NMR.
61 33 Arabinsoe, 1H-NMR.
61 34 Arabinose + urazole.
61 35 Nucleosides & bases - 6-Azauridine, 6-Azauracil.
62 1 Lyxose + urazole.
62 2 HPLC, VK #99.
DCI, VK #143.
62 3 T0 - T2.
62 4 T3 - T4.
62 5 β - P riboside of Uz, VK #86 (VK #77 prep).
HPLC - Ribosides.
62 6 Includes notes, 1993-1994.
62 7 VK #56, Tube 113.
62 8 VK #83, Urazole decomp.
62 9 VK #77, HPLC.
62 10 VK #56, #59, HPLCs.
62 11 HPLC separation of urazole ribosides, VK #77 - unsuccessful separations.
62 12 Guanazole dry downs, VK #110, VK #155.
62 13 Urazole, etc., UV/vis. - VK #109.
62 14 Urazole riboside mass spectrum.
62 15 Uz HPLC.
62 16 Untitled folder - Notes & charts.
63 1 A's (composite).
63 2 A #5, A #6.
63 3 A #7, Diode array stuff.
63 4 A #8.
63 5 A #9.
63 6 A #11, A #12.
63 7 A #13 - A #18.
63 8 A #21 - A #27.
63 9 A #28 - A #33.
63 10 A #28 - A #33 - pH rate 6MeA.
63 11 A #35.
63 12 A #36 - A #38.
63 13 A #39.
63 14 A #40 - A #41.
63 15 A #42.
63 16 A #43 - A #50.
63 17 A #44 - A #49.
63 18 A #50.
64 1 A #52 - A #66.
64 2 A #56 - A #60.
64 3 A #68.
64 4 A #72 - Data & calculations.
64 5 A #75.
64 6 A #76 - A #98.
64 7 A #19 - Data.
64 8 A #20 - Data.
64 9 Standards - A #19, A #20.
64 10 Standards.
64 11 AR #1, AR #2.
64 12 B #1 - B #19.
64 13 H #1 - H #3, H #5.
64 14 Z #1 - Z #3, T1.
64 15 C #5, Spec. - Titrations.
64 16 C #1 - C #19.
64 17 G #2 - G #22.
65 1 G #4 - G #9.
65 2 G #12 - G #16.
Cyanohydrin.
65 3 Summaries, cyanide electrode.
65 4-6 Keq chosen.
65 7-8 Miscellaneous data.
Pantoyl lactone experiments.
66 1-2 1982.
66 3 CO M expts.
66 4 Early pantoyl lactone, pyridoxine, Di-MI benzimidazole.
66 5-7 Aspartic acid deamination, general acid, ionic strength.
67 1 Raulin data.
67 2-3 Fumaric acid hydration.
67 4 Altrose, graphs, 1994.
67 5 Idose, graphs, 1994.
67 6 Gulose, graphs, 1994.
67 7 Talose, graphs, 1994.
Ribose 5-phosphate, 1994.
67 8 Dephosphorilation.
67 9 80°C, 1994.
67 10 100°C, 1994.
Ribose decomposition.
67 11-13 Graphs, 1994.
68 1-3 1994.
68 4 NoO2.
68 5 H2O vs. D2O, 1994.
68 6-7 Vs. [buffer], 1994.
69 1-4 1M buffer.
69 5 Ribose - 2,4 - Diphosphate, 1994.
69 6 (CH3)3N catalysis.
69 7 HCN hydrolysis.
69 8 Buffers - Solution preparation.
69 9 Calibration of electrode.
69 10-11 Miscellaneous data.
69 12 DHB synthesis, 1978.
69 13 HAB synthesis, 1979.
69 14 NH3 photochem.
70 1 Nobel gases on earth by retention in hydrates - Collected research, notes & reprints.
70 2 [Repeating Dr. Eric Ellenbogen's synthesis of amino acids], 1958-1960.
70 3 Hydrogenase experiments, 1959-1960.
70 4-6 CF4 hydrate research & calculations, 1965-1987.
70 7 Spectro photometry.
71 1-2 Lactonitrile, other cyanohydrins.
71 3 NH4CN acid hydrolysis.
71 4 NH4CN polymerization oven hydrolysis.
71 5 Standards - J. Boyer, diamines.
71 6 NH4CN amino acids, HCl hydrolysis.
71 7 Known amino acid analyzer chromatograms.
71 8 Miscellaneous amino acid analyzer standards.
72 1-3 Electric discharge - 8 runs - Chromatograms (papers 64 & 65).
72 4 NH4CN acid hydrolyzed, NH4CN oven hydrolyzed.
72 5-6 MoSo spectra.
73 1 Dihydrouracil.
73 2 Solubility of hydrogen cyanide (HCN).
73 3 Spark flask data, 1982.
73 4 Hexamethylene tetramine.
73 5 Mannose, 1994.
73 6 Galactose, 1994.
73 7 Arabinose, 1994.
73 8 Glucose, 1994.
73 9 Xylose, 1994.
73 10 Lyxose, 1994.
73 11 Allose, 1994.
73 12 Phenylacetylene.
73 13 Chirality.
73 14 NH3, H2S spectra.
73 15 Carbonaceous chondrites, organic compounds.
73 16 Apatite precipitation.
73 17 N2 hydrate.
73 18 Xenon hydrate - Includes correspondence with E.D. Sloan & D.W. Davidson.
74 1 CH4 hydrate.
74 2 Mars eutectics.
74 3 Amino acid solubility.
74 4 Alternative ideas.
74 5 Me - Guinine.
74 6 pK/MeU 3MeU.
74 7 Methyl amine.
74 8 Ethanol amine, diamines.
74 9 Urea, thiourea - γ, M sat., etc.
74 10 Urea, NH4HCO3, phase diagrams.
74 11 NH4HCO3 carbamates.
74 12 Imidazole.
74 13 Cyanide determination.
74 14-15 Synthesis of known amino acids.
75 1 Research for chapter in Chemical Thermodynamic Data for the Biological Sciences, 1976-1984.
75 2 C2H5OH --> CH3CHO + H2, etc.
75 3 ΔH, ΔG soln., ethanol, acetald, acetone.
75 4 C2H6 --> C2H4 --> C2H8OH.
75 5 CODATA values.
75 6 Enzyme potential.
75 7 Misc. NAD enzymes.
75 8 Alcohol dehydrogenase.
75 9 Aldehyde dehydrogenase.
75 10 Succinic dehydrogenase.
75 11 Fumarase.
75 12 Malic dehydrogenase.
75 13 α - OH glutaric dehydrogenase.
75 14 Citrate lyase.
75 16 Aconitase.
75 17 Methyl isocitrate, methyl aconotate.
75 18 Isocitrate dehydrogenase.
75 19 α - ketoglutaric dehydrogenase.
75 20 Glutamate dehydrogenase.
75 21 Aspartase & methylaspartase.
75 22 Malic enzyme.
76 1 Oxalacetate decarboxylase.
76 2 Alanine dehydrogenase & lactic dehydrogenase.
76 3 Pyruvate --> acetate + formate.
76 4 Glycolate dehydrogenase.
76 5 Tartaric enzymes (glyceric acid).
76 6 Malate synthetase.
76 7 GLU --> acetate + pyruvate.
76 8 Glutamic - aspartic transaminase, glutamic - alanine transaminase.
76 9 Aspartic - glycine transaminase.
76 10 Transaminases.
76 11 Isopropylmalate isomerase.
76 12 Amino acid decarboxylase.
76 13 Nitrile hydrolysis ΔG.
76 14 Aspartase type reactions.
76 15 Additions to double bonds.
76 16 CoA enzymes.
76 17 Uridine ΔG hydrolysis.
76 18 Phenol.
76 19 Cyanate.
76 20 Acetaldehyde.
76 21 H2CO volatility.
76 22 Hexamethylene tetramine.
77 1 Aldehydes.
77 2 Formaldehyde.
77 3 Fumaric aldehyde.
77 4 Unsat. fatty acids.
77 5 Lactic acid.
77 6 Malic acid.
77 7 β - OH butyric acetoacetate.
77 8 Glyceric acid.
77 9 pK of glyox, OAA, pyruvate.
77 10 Glyoxylic acid.
77 11 Oxalic acid.
77 12 Succinic acid, fumaric acid.
77 13 Decarboxylation kinetics.
77 14 Maleic acid.
77 15 Pyruvic acid.
77 16 Itaconic, citraconic, masaconic acid.
77 17 Citric acid, isocitric acid.
77 18 Aromatic acids.
77 19 Amino acids.
77 20 Alanine.
77 21 Glutamine, asparagine, aspartic acid.
77 22 Basic & aromatic amino acids.
77 23 Aliphatic & sulphur amino acids.
77 24 Diols.
77 25 Ethylene glycol.
77 26 Glutamate.
78 1 Sugars.
78 2 Sugar alcohols.
78 3 Heterocycles.
78 4 Amino acid 2, 3 mutases.
78 5 Purines, pyrimidines, nucleosides.
78 6 Volatilities of formic acid, acetic acid.
78 7 Fatty acids.
78 8 Fatty acid compilation.
78 9 Salts of fatty acids.
78 10 [Ketones from oxidation of secondary alcohols].
78 11 Acetic acid.
78 12 [Free energy calculations/synthesis of glyoxalate].
78 13 Acrylonitrile.
78 14 Succinonitrile.
78 15 Reduction of alkylchlorides, alkylcyanides, etc.
78 16 Hydrocarbons.
78 17 Hydrocarbon solubility.
78 18 CH2 increment.
79 1 RNH2 + H2O = ROH + NH3.
79 2 ΔG of R1R2C - OH - CHR3R4 isomerization.
79 3 ΔG decarboxylation.
79 4 ROH + H2 = RH + H2O.
79 5 Curve fitting, with Art Weber.
79 6 Reductions, loss of H2CO decarboxylations.
79 7 Hydrocarbon plots.
79 8 Alcohols.
79 9 Alcohol plots, amine plots, acid plots.
79 10 RSH.
79 11 Acids.
79 12 Amines.
79 13 Amides.
79 14 Nitriles.
79 15 Acetonitrile.
80 1 RCl, RBi, RI.
80 2 Esters.
80 3 Dicarboxylic acids.
80 4 Ethers.
80 5 ΔH combustion, recent.
80 6 CO + 2H2 = CH3OH.
80 7 2CH3OH = CH3OCH3 + H2O.
80 8 C + H2 = CH4.
80 9 NH3 - H2O, C2H5OH - H20, etc.
80 10 Ketones, ketone plots.
80 11 Misc. thermo.
80 12 Misc. pK ΔH soln.
80 13 Sodium acetate.
80 14 Misc. equib.
80 15 Gas solubilities in water.
80 16 Single ion activities.
80 17 σ*, σI, etc., nucleophilicity, leaving groups.
80 18 pK carbon acids, HCN, etc.
80 19 pK of acids, pK of amines, pK of thiols.
80 20 Hydroxy nitriles.
80 21 Cyanohydrins.
81 1 Acetic anhydride, succinic anhydride.
81 2 Succinic anhydride expts.
81 3 Internal nucleophilic attack.
81 4 Decarboxylation of malonic acid.
81 5 Aldehyde - bisulfite addition compds.
81 6-8 Michael additions project, Literature book I.
81 9-10 Michael additions project, Literature book II.
81 11 Literature for JVT papers.
81 12 Ethane hydrate.
81 13 Ethylene hydrate.
81 14 Acetylene hydrate.
82 1 Butane hydrates, isobutane.
82 2 Benzene hydrate.
82 3 SO2 hydrate.
82 4 H2S hydrate.
82 5 CHCl3 hydrate.
82 6 Miscellaneous hydrates.
82 7 HCN clathrate.
82 8 C2H5Cl hydrate, Cl2 hydrate, CCl4 hydrate.
82 9 Br2 hydrate.
82 10 N2O hydrate.
82 11 Low temp. hydrate expts., 1984.
82 12 S.L.M. calculations, mixed hydrates.
82 13 Freons & hydrates.
82 14 CO2 hydrate clouds.
82 15 CO2 properties.
82 16 CO2 hydrate properties.
82 17 Viking CO2 hydrate.
82 18 Miscellaneous hydrates.
82 19 Diethyl ether hydrate.
83 1 Partial molal volumes.
83 2 Ice structures.
83 3 Virial coeff. of CO2 & CH4.
83 4 NH3 volatility.
83 5 NH3 hydrates.
83 6 Growth in extreme environments - Work with S.M. Siegel, 1966.
83 7 Life on Mars.
83 8 Murchison - Data & calculations.
Viking Lander Project.
83 9 Landing, 1976.
83 10 An amino acid, purine, and pyrimidine analyzer for the 1973 Viking Lander. Grant proposal, research & correspondence, 1970-1978.
83 11-12 Viking 1973 Mars mission - Instrumentation design, 1969.
83 13 MC-10-02 Ephemera - Includes Miller's certificate of acknowledgement for support of the project.
Alpha Helix expeditions, 1966-1968.
84 1 Negative pressure in trees- Paper drafts & experimental data.
84 2 Reprints for research.
84 3 Electric discharge experiment - How-to instructional papers by Miller and others.
84 4 Wächtershäuser origin of life theory.
84 5 Silica reduction patent, 1983.
84 6-8 Miscellaneous notes and research.

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85 1 Diaminopropionic, diaminiobutyric, 1971.
85 2 HAB known, 1971.
85 3 101 - OU-17, OU-225.
85 4 110 - OU-17, OU-225, III - OU-225.
85 5 Analysis for 1-10 (Hydroxy amino adelpic?).
85 6 201 & 202, NH4CN - 203, Tetramer - Hls.
85 7 2B - OU-17, 2P - OU-17.
85 8 104' & 105 - OU-17.
85 9 106 - OU-17, 107 - OU-225.
85 10 Van Trump's methionine MS.
86 1 108 - OU-17, OU-225, 109 - OU-225.
86 2 4 - OU-225, ou-17, 4B - OU-17.
86 3 3 - OU-225, 3' - OU-17.
86 4 101 - OU-17, OU-101.
86 5 2 - OU-225.
86 6 130 - 135, OU-17.
86 7 102, 103 OU-17.
86 8 Unknowns D.R., April 1971.
86 9 Isomers of NH2, OH adipic.
87 1 14, 14" OU-17 - 14' OU-225.
87 2 15, 15" OU-17, 15' OU-17.
87 3 OH acids, 2-Butyl esters.
87 4 22 OU-17, 22' OU-225.
87 5 Histidine known...
87 6 13 OU-1, 13 - Tubes 101-110, OU-17, 13' OU-225, 13" OU-17.
87 7 Tubes 61-65, 8 Butyl OU-17.
87 8 Mono amino dicarboxylic.
87 9 Knowns OH, NH2 acids.
88 1 Tubes 117-189, 20 OU-17, 20' OU-225.
88 2 Tubes 164-176, 19 OU-17, 19' OU-225.
88 3 Tubes 151-163, 18, 18" OU-17, 18' OU-225.
88 4 Tubes 141-150, 17, 17" OU-17, 17' OU-225.
88 5 Tubes 190-202, 21 OU-17, 21' OU-225.
88 6 Proline known & unknown, 1971.
88 7 112 & 113 OU-17, OU-225.
88 8 Tubes 56-60, 7, 7" OU-225, 7' OU-1, 7 Butyl OU-17.
89 1-2 Diamino adipic, etc.
89 3 Methyl diamino pimelic synthesis, 1977.
89 4 Alanine + α-amino butyric, 1976.
89 5 T. Ford's samples, January 10, 1976.
89 6 PROL I - Diacetylene + HCN + H2S + Cu+2, etc..
89 7 Histidine OU-1, known & unknown, 1971-1972.
89 8 Histidine OU-1, unknowns, 1971.
90 1 Tetramer histidines, known histidines.
90 2 12 OU-I, 12' OU-101, 12" OU-17.
90 3 Tubes 81-90, 11 OU-1, 11' OU-101, 11" OU-17.
90 4 Tubes 31-105.
90 5 Isomers of diamino adipic.
90 6 Sulfur amino acids.
90 7 Gly Ala knowns.
90 8 Diamino monocarboxylic.
90 9 Diamino dicarboxylic.
90 10 Monoamino dicarboxylic.
90 11 Plotted GC-MS.
91 1 Known lysine & ornithine, ALA & propylamine...
91 2 Unknown HIS studies & HIS adduct studies.
91 3 Known HIS & HIS adduct.
91 4 Histimine - H2O known, AN dimer known...
91 5 Histidine imidazole & alanine.
91 6 Prep 2, 3 - Dimethyl norvaline.
91 7 Prep of 4, 4-Dimethyl norleucine.
91 8 Prep of S-Methyl norleucine.
91 9 HIS synthesis from NC - CH = CH - CC - CN.
91 10 Crononaldehyde + glycine nitrile.
91 11 Acolein + NH3 + HCN.
91 12-13 Known pantonine, known pantoyl lactone...
92 1 Pantonine - TFA..., 1971.
92 2 Pantoyl lactone..., 1972.
92 3 GC-MS of "pure" & "impure" CH2 + CH - CN.
Acrolein "Internal nucleopailic attack".
92 4 1975.
92 5 Experiment, 1978.
92 6-8 Practice samples, 1978.
92 9 Malonaldehyde, miscellaneous.
92 10-12 Diamino adipic, etc.
93 1 Diamino pimelic.
93 2 Diamino suberic.
93 3 Knowns.
93 4 2* OU-225, 2** OU-225.
93 5 Tubes 46-50, 5, 5' OU-225, 5", 5" propyl OU-17.
93 6 IB OU-17 butyl, IP OU-17 propyl.
93 7 Knowns, N-Methyl norleucine, N-Nethyl leucine, N-Methyl isoleucine.
93 8 Knowns, proline pipecolic, etc.
93 9 Knowns, N-Me - α-amino - n - butyric...
93 10 Knowns, α-amino - n - butyric...
93 11 5 carbon amino acids.
93 12 knowns, α-Methyl valine...
93 13 Knowns, D-allo isoleucine..., 1971.
93 14 Knowns, 4-N - n - butyl gly...
94 1 Tubes 1-15 OU-17.
94 2 Tubes 26-35, 2 OU-225...
94 3 Tubes 51-55, 6 OU-225...
94 4 Tubes 61-65.
94 5 Tubes 66-70.
94 6 Tubes 71-80, OU-225, OU-17.
94 7 OU-17 butyl, propyl.
94 8 DL-Serine, DL-Isoserine...
94 9 Amino heptanoic acids.
94 10 Tubes 16-25, OU-225, OU-1, OU-17.
95 1 Knowns.
95 2 Hydroxy acids, amines.

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95 3-7 Bada experiments - Aspartic acid deamination.
95 8 Cox, Daniel - Synthesis of hydrogen cyanide & formaldehyde..., 1986.
95 9 Dacks experiments - Research data, 1995.
95 10 Dion, Vincent - Research notes.
Dworkin experiemnts.
96 1 U #38, 48 - Uracil + ribose --> pseudouridine, 1993.
96 2 Uracil + conc. ribose, 80°, 1993.
96 3 VK #61 - U-66, 1993.
96 4 VK #56 (#2) separated - Ribose + urazole, 1993.
96 5 VK #190, 1994-1995.
96 6 Pseudourine data, 1995.
96 7 Pseudouridine decomp.
96 8 Miscellaneous data.
Estevez, Carlos.
96 9 CAA data.
96 10 CAA-2.
96 11 D [in equilibrium] Y [in equilibrium] C, graphs.
96 12 C [in equilibrium] Y [in equilibrium] D, D [in equilibrium] Y [in equilibrium] C.
96 13 Acid catalysis.
96 14 Hydration of aldehydes.
96 15-16 Miscellaneous cyanoacetaldhyde research.
96 17 Miscellaneous data.
97 1-4 Ford & Slaff experiments - ALA + NH2BUT + O°H and related experiments.
97 5 Haverland experiments - Miscellaneous.
97 6-9 House experiments - Dihydrouridine.
98 1-4 House experiments - Dihydrouridine.
Keefe experiments.
98 5 Phosphate condensation experiments, 1994.
98 6 FeS experiments, raw data, 1995.
98 7 Ferrocyanide.
98 8 (β-Ala)2 formation in panthetheine, 1995.
98 9 Pantheine, raw data.
99 1-3 Pantheine, raw data.
99 4-7 Miscellaneous data.
100 1-2 Miscellaneous data.
100 3-4 Lizer, Greg - Diamino uracil data, 1989.
100 5 Putnam, Leslie - HCN hydrolysis notes, 1986.
100 6-7 Ring experiments - Dimethyl ether hydrate.
101 1 Ring experiments - Dimethyl ether hydrate.
Schlesinger experiments.
101 2-3 AAA charts, formose experiment, Beta-Ala nitrile deaminations, 1974.
101 4 AA charts, Beta-Ala nitrile and acid deaminations, ammonia +acrylonitrile additions - Book II, 1974.
101 5-6 AN + NH3, runs 2, 3, 1974-1975.
101 7-8 AN + NH3, 1975.
102 1-2 Beta-alanine nitrile deamination experiments, 1975.
102 3-4 AN + H2S (+ standards), 1975.
102 5-6 Acrylonitrile + water experiments, 1976.
103 1-2 Acrylonitrile + water experiments.
103 3-4 Trimethylamine + acrylonitrile, acrolein..., 1976.
103 5 Acrylonitrile + phosphate addition, acrolein addition, 1976.
104 1-4 Acrolein additions - Book 2, 1976.
104 5-6 Beta-alanine deamination experiments, 1976.
104 7 Acrylonitrile + methyl mercaptan kinetics, 1976.
105 1-2 Acrylonitrile + methyl mercaptan kinetics, 1976.
105 3 Beta-alanine nitrile hydrolyses, 1976.
105 4-6 Post run calculations, other AN reactions - Book II, 1977.
105 7 Post experiment calculations, prebiotic model calculations - Book III, 1977.
106 1 Post experiment calculations, prebiotic model calculations - Book III, 1977.
106 2 Post run calculations, graphs, physical chemistry - Book IV, 1977.
106 3 Acrylonitrile data, 1977.
106 4 Acrylonitrile, initial OH- addition.
106 5 Acrolein hydration, 1977.
106 6-7 Acrylonitrile data, 1978.
106 8 AN + Ml2NH, 1978.
106 9 AN + Glynitrile, 1978.
106 10 AN + HCl, 1978.
106 11 AN + βALACN, 1978.
107 1 AN + TFE, 1978.
107 2 AN + phos/H2O, 1978.
107 3 AN + SCN-.
107 4 FB-507-02-04 Acrylonitrile data, 1978-1979.
107 5 Acro + citrate, mass spec., 1979.
107 6 Acro + acetate, mass spec., 1979.
107 7 Acro + borate, mass spec., 1979.
107 8 Acrylonitrile data, 1979.
107 9 Thesis calculations, 1979.
107 10-11 Acrolein/NH3/HCN competition experiment, 1979-1980.
107 12 CH4, CO, CO2 carbon yields, 1980-1982.
108 1-2 CH4, CO, CO2 carbon yields, 1980-1982.
108 3-8 Acrylonitrile data, 1981.
108 9 AN + NH3, run 4.
109 1 AN + NH3, run 4.
109 2-4 Additions to CH2 = CHCN, #3, RSH, RNH2.
109 5-8 CH4, CO, CO2 carbon yields.
110 1-2 CH4, CO, CO2 carbon yields.
110 3-5 Additions to acrylonitrile project.
110 6 Additions to AN results, early expts. (trials).
111 1-2 Post experiment calculations, AN + NH3 - Book I.
Michael additions project.
111 3 Master index.
111 4-5 Calculations - Book I.
111 6 Calculations - Book II.
Slaff experiments.
111 7 Synthesis of known diaminosuberic, etc.
112 1 Porphyrin synthesis, 1976.
112 2 Histidine from alanine and imidazole.
112 3-4 Histidine, miscellaneous.
112 5 Miscellaneous, 1976.
Stribling experiments.
112 6 #6-1 - #6-3, 1988.
112 7 #6-4 - #6-8, 1988.
112 8 #6-9 - #6-11, 1988.
112 9 #6-12, #6-14, #6-15, 1988.
112 10 #7-1, #7-2, polyA, 1988.
112 11 #7-4, 1988.
113 1 PolyA, 1988.
113 2 Miscellaneous.
Van Trump experiments.
113 3 Methyl amine, 1971.
113 4 Nitrile equil.
113 5 Nitrile - amide hydrolysis.
113 6 Methoxy acetomide bronstead const. calculations, 1973.
113 7 Enzymatic Strecker synthesis...
113 8-9 Glycine nitrile & trimethylamino acetonitrile hydrolysis.
113 10 Glycine amide data, 1973.
114 1 Chromatography of GLY Nitrile, 1974.
114 2 Amino acid analyzer standards, long column - Extended 3rd buffer, 1974.
114 3 Synthesis of: Alanine nitrile, alanine amide... Notes & research materials.
114 4-5 Methoxy Acetamide, methoxy acetonitrile data, 1973.
114 6-8 Alanine analogues hyd. & decomp., 1974.
115 1 Curve sets & calc. to find K1 from K2 and B or C for A-->B-->C.
115 2 Calculations, 1974-1975.
115 3 Imino dinitrile, 1974.
115 4 "Diet book".
115 5 ALA + GLY Nitrile calc. for Keq & ΔH.

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115 6 #1 & #2, 1998-1999.
115 7 #3 & unnumbered, 1998-1999.
115 8 Busnardo, Max, 1986.
229 1 Chavez [?], Rodrigo, January - October 1989.
115 9 Cox, Dan - Determination of Energy Yields for the Production of HCN, July - September 1986.
Cozzatti, Jean Paul.
115 10 Chemistry 199, January 1992.
116 1 HCN hydrolysis, #1 & #2, March - July 1992.
116 2 HCN hydrolysis, #4, November 1992 - May 1993.
116 3 Dacks, Joel - [Polymerization of hydroxymethyl uridine], May - July 1995.
Dion, Vincent.
116 4 Thymine decomposition, 5-Me decomp..., June 1999 - August 2000.
116 5 Decomposition of 5-BrC, 2000.
Dworkin, Jason.
116 6 November 1991 - December 1991.
116 7 [Distillation of formaldehyde...], April - October 1992.
116 8 #4 [VK #170 - VK #250], December 1994 - August 1996.
117 1 #5 [VK #255 - VK #285], September 1993 - June 1997.
117 2 Estévez, Carlos - Synthesis of N-Carboxymethyl - 3 - Cyanopyridinium Chloride, 1996.
117 3 Evans, David - Hydrates II, 1961.
117 4 Ford, Tim, 1976.
Friedmann, Nadav.
117 5 #1, 1967.
117 6 #2, 1967.
118 1 #3, undated.
118 2 #4, undated.
118 3 #5, undated.
118 4 #6, undated.
Haverland, Bill.
118 5 ca. 1972.
119 1 #1, undated.
119 2 #2, undated.
119 3 #3, undated.
120 1 #5, August 1973 - April 1974.
120 2 #6, April - July 1974.
120 3 Hayward, Douglas, undated.
120 4 Helbing, Jörg, 1990-1991.
120 5 Henninger, D., 1995.
House, Chris - DHU research.
120 6 #1 & #2, 1993.
120 7 #3 & #4, 1994.
120 8 #5 & #6, 1994-1995.
121 1 #7, 1995.
Keefe, Tony.
121 2 #1 & #2, 1993.
121 3 #3 & #4, 1993-1994.
121 4 #5 & #6, 1994-1995.
121 5 Khalsa, Guru, 1995.
229 2 Knowles [?], Francis - Book #1, 1979.
Kolb, Vera & Jason Dworkin.
121 6 Exp. VK #1 - VK #73, September 1992 - June 1993.
121 7 [VK #74 - VK #169], July 1993 - December 1994.
Levy, Matthew.
122 1 Experiments, #1 & #2, 1993-1995.
122 2 #3 & #4, 1997, undated.
122 3 #5 & #6, 1997.
122 4 #7 & #8, 1997-1998.
Miller, Stanley.
122 5 Ca. October 1954 - July 1955.
122 6 August 1955, 1957-1958.
123 1 Hydrates 1, October 1960 - June 1961.
123 2 Hydrates 3, October 1962 - January 1963.
123 3 #4, March 1965 - May 1966.
123 4 Alpha Helix expedition, 1966.
123 5 H2CO Chromotropic acid..., September 1966 - April 1967.
124 1 #6, April - December 1966.
124 2 Hydrates, 1988-1992.
124 3 Peptide stability, 1999.
124 4 Miyakawa, Shin - HPLC, May 1999 - May 2000.
Nelson, Kevin.
124 5 EDMA, #1 & #2, April 1995 - May 1996.
124 6 EDMA, #3 & #4, June 1996 - 1998.
125 1 #5, November 1998 - May 2000.
Parris, Michael - Pyrophosphate synthesis, etc.
125 2 May 1963.
125 3 May 1963 - July 1964.
125 4 July 1964 - July 1965.
125 5 July - August 1965.
125 6 Putnam, Leslie, undated.
Rice, Abe.
125 7 Summer NSCORT, June - August 1992.
125 8 Polyphosphate synthesis, Fall 1992.
Robertson, Michael.
125 9 #1 & #2, March - October 1992.
125 10 #3 & #4, October 1992 - May 1993.
126 1 #5 & #6, May 1993 - February 1994.
126 2 #7 & #8, February 1994 - March 1995.
126 3 #9 & unnumbered notebook, 1993-1995.
126 4 Roth, Marc, January - March 1995.
Schlesinger, Gordon.
126 5 Cyclopropane hydrate, 1961-1966.
126 6 #1, January 1971 - August 1973.
126 7 #2, August - October 1973.
127 1-2 1975 syntheses, January 1974 - February 1976.
127 3 AN + GUAN #4, 1974, 1976.
Scholander, P.F. - Alpha Helix expedition.
127 4 Experiment Book I, 1966.
127 5 Experiment Book II, 1966.
128 1 Sap pressures, 1966.
Semegran, Barry.
128 2 #1, October 1965 - March 1966.
128 3 #2, March - May 1966.
128 4 #3, May - August 1966.
128 5 #4, August - November 1966.
129 1 Shen, Chun - Measurement of the pH-dependent stabilities of amino acids at high temperature, 1985.
Stribling, Roscoe.
129 2 Energy yields, Ames lighting..., November 1983 - August 1984.
129 3 Final data sets on energy yields, Jupiter energy yields, April 1984 - September 1986.
129 4 Continuous spark data, sulfite acid pH studies..., August 1984 - April 1985.
129 5 Quinazoline nucleosides, September 1984 - September 1985.
129 6 Opratase, synth. of U, Q, & X, December 1985 - December 1987.
130 1 #7, May - October 1988.
130 2 Carbon mole fraction effect on energy yields, April - May 1989.
Van Trump, James.
130 3 #1, October 1970 - April 1972.
130 4 #2, May 1972 - May 1973.
130 5 Prebiotic chemistry, #3, 1973.
130 6 Prebiotic chemistry, #4, 1973-1974.
130 7 #5, 1974-1975.
130 8 Wolman, Yecheskel, #1, undated.
Unidentified authors.
131 1-2 Photocopied "TGT notebook", May 1959 - April 1962.
131 3 [Energy yields of HCN...], October - November 1987.
131 4 NMR log sheets, 1992-1993.
131 5 [Ribose decomposition...], 1994.

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131 6 Reports & notes, 1969-1970.
131 7 Press releases & newspaper clippings, 1969.
131 8 Clean Air Car Race - Rules & applications, 1970.
131 9 Technical paper, 1970.
131 10 Article for Scientific American, unpublished, 1969-1972.
131 11 Grant proposals, 1969-1970.
Correspondence.
131 12 1968-1969.
132 1 1970-1982, 2007.
Research.
132 2-3 Photocopies of articles.
132 4 Doble steam car.
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132 5 Cyanoactylene in Interstellar Space, the Solar Nebula and the Primitive Earth, 1995-1997.
132 6 The Prebiotic Synthesis of Organic Compounds Under Europa-Like Conditions, 1998.
National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA).
132 7 An Automatic Amino Acid Analyzer for Use with Mars Life Detection Experiments, 1966-1968.
132 8 An Amino Acid, Purine, and Pyrimidine Analyzer for the 1973 Viking Lander, 1968-1970.
An Automatic Analyzer for Amino Acids, Purines, and Pyrimidines to Examine Lunar and Martian Soil Samples.
132 9 1968-1970.
132 10 1970-1972.
132 11 1972-1973.
A Feasibility Study on Miniaturizing an Automatic Analyzer for Amino Acids, Purines, and Pyrimidines for a Post-Viking Mission.
133 1 1973-1975.
133 2 1975-1977.
133 3 Final report of NASA Grant NGR 05-009-218 - Amino acid analyzer report, 1978.
133 4 The Mechanism of Synthesis of the Amino Acids, Hydroxy Acids, and Dicarboxylic Acids in the Carbonaceous Chondrites, 1979-1982.
Organic Compound Synthesis on the Primitive Earth and on Parent Bodies: Stabilities of Clathrate Hydrates that Occur in the Solar System.
133 5 1982-1985.
133 6 1985-1988.
133 7 1988-1994.
133 8 Self-Replicating Oligomers that Interact via Metal Ion Coordination, 1995.
134 1 LCMS Analysis of Sample Return Organics, 2003.
134 2 Handwritten notes for unidentified grants.
134 3 National Bureau of Standards. Gibbs Free Energies of Formation of Krebs Cycle and Related Compounds, 1987-1988.
National Institutes of Health.
134 4 Prebiological Synthesis of Organic Compounds, 1957.
134 5 Role of Gas Hydrates in General Anesthesia, 1963-1970.
National Science Foundation.
Synthesis of Organic Compounds Under Primitive Earth Conditions.
134 6 1957-1963.
134 7 1964-1970.
134 8 1970-1976.
134 9 1976-1980.
134 10 Sweeping Change in Manageable Units: A Modular Approach to Chemistry Curriculum.
134 11 Modernization of the UCSD General-Use NMR Facilities, 1997.
134 12 RIDGE (Ridge Interdisciplinary Global Experiments) Program - Notes, 1998.
134 13 UC Modular CHEM Consortium. Origins of Life on Earth, 1997-1998.
UCSD Academic Senate, Committee on Research.
134 14 Hyperthermophiles: the Stability of Their RNA, 1994-1996.
134 15 Stability of Adenine, Guanine, Cytosine, & Uracil, 1997.

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135 1 Academic review of Stanley Miller, 1990-1993.
135 2 Academic Senate - Includes minutes from the Representative Assembly (1992-1993), 1965-1999.
Biochemists Group.
135 3 1980-1985.
135 4 1985-1989.
135 5 1990-1992.
135 6 Chem-Bio. building plans, 1989-1990.
135 7 Biology Department Alumni Symposium, September 8-10, 1982.
Building Advisory Committee for School of Science and Engineering.
135 8 1962-1964.
135 9 1965.
135 10 1966-1967.
135 11 1968, undated.
136 1 Building Committee for Peterson Hall, 1982-1984.
136 2 Chemical Usage Committee, 1988-1989.
Chemistry Council.
136 3 1983-1984.
136 4 1985-1989.
136 5 January - May 1990.
136 6 June - December 1990.
136 7 1991.
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136 8 1963-1969.
136 9 1970-1979.
136 10 1980-1989.
137 1 1990-1994.
137 2 1995-1996.
137 3 1997-2003.
137 4 Alumni Association, 1987-1989.
137 5 Biochemistry seminars, 1984-1987.
137 6 Colloquium, April 6, 1994.
137 7 Computational chemistry major, 1992, 1998.
Space Committee.
137 8 1984-1987.
137 9 1988-1989.
137 10 Stanley Miller's office move, 1995.
138 1 Committee on Committees, 1970-1996.
138 2 Industrial Advisory Committee.
Library, 1966-1999.
138 3 General correspondence.
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138 4 1982-1984.
138 5 1984-1985.
138 6 Library Facilities Planning Committee, 1985.
138 7 Science & Engineering Library Committee, 1984-1985.
138 8 University Committee on Library, 1984-1985.
138 9 Office of Graduate Studies and Research, 1965-1989.
138 10 Purchasing Department, 1974-1998.
138 11 Scripps Institution of Oceanography, 1967-1996.
138 12 Transportation and Parking Services, 1975-2004.
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138 13 1989-1992.
139 1 1993-1994.
139 2 1996-1997.
139 3 1998-1999.
139 4 Undergraduate Research Conference, May 15, 1999.
139 5 University Communications, 1979-1999.
139 6 Urey Hall plaque & receptions, 1972-1977.
139 7 Urey Prize establishment, 1973-1974.
139 8 Urey Memorial, 1981.
139 9 Urey endowed professorship, 1981-1983.
139 10 Frieda Urey lawn benches, 1995.
139 11 Miscellaneous.

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139 12 Biology 154 - Lecture, April 20, 1995.
139 13 Chemistry 4AL, Spring 1976, 1979-1980.
139 14 Chemistry 5B, Spring 1981.
139 15 Chemistry 6C, Spring 1989.
140 1 Chemistry 8AL, 1980-1983.
140 2 Chemistry 8AH - Quantitative Chemical Analysis Honors Lab, Fall 1983-1984.
140 3 Chemistry 100A, Winter 1972.
140 4 Chemistry 100B, Spring 1972.
140 5 Chemistry 112, Spring 1984, 1986-1987.
140 6 Chemistry 112A, Winter 1988.
Chemistry 122 - Biochemical Evolution.
140 7 Winter 1979-1983.
140 8 Winter 1984-1987.
140 9 Winter 1988-1992.
140 10 Winter 1993-1997.
140 11 Lecture notes #1-17, 1994-1997.
141 1 Lecture notes #18-27, 1997.
141 2 Chemistry 126, Winter 1977-1979.
141 3 Chemistry 131, Winter 1973-1977.
141 4 Chemistry 201, 1962-1964.
141 5 Chemistry 210 - Seminar in Biochemistry: Current Problems in the Origins of Life, Spring 1978.
141 6 Chemistry 219 - Special Topics in Biochemistry, 1982-1984.
141 7 Chemistry 250, Spring 1992.
141 8 Natural Science 2FL, Spring 1974.
141 9 Physical Chemistry, 1979.
141 10 Science 3AL, Spring 1973-1977, 1980.
141 11 Science & Technology 12AL, Fall 1979.
141 12 UCSD Cosmochem Seminar, January 22, 1981.
141 13 UCSD Biochemistry Seminar, May 7, 1981.
141 14 New Graduate Student Seminars, 1983-1993.
141 15 Center for Astrophysics & Space Sciences, UCSD, December 19, 1984.
Freshman Seminar.
142 1 Winter 1994.
142 2 Spring 1994.
142 3 Frontiers of Science, 1984, 1986.
142 4 Howard Hughes Undergraduate Science Enrichment Program, UCSD, July 6, 1994.
Transparencies.
142 5 #2 - 49.
142 6 #50 - 75.
142 7 #100 - 170.
142 8 Life on Mars.
142 9 Unnumbered.

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142 10 Associates, 1994-1995.
Correspondence.
142 11 1992.
143 1 1993.
143 2 1994.
143 3 1995.
143 4 1996.
143 5 1997.
143 6 1998-1999.
143 7 2000-2001.
143 8 Fellowships, 1992-1993.
143 9 Grant proposal, 1991.
143 10 Grant renewal - Supporting data, 1996-1997.
144 1 Journal Club, 1992-1995.
144 2 [Lab] space, 1995.
P.I. meetings.
144 3 1992.
144 4 1993.
144 5 1994.
144 6 1995.
144 7 1996.
144 8 1997.
144 9 1998-1999.
144 10 P.I. visit to Ames Research Center, April 21-22, 1994.
144 11 Reports, 1997-1998.
144 12 Ronald White visit, April 10, 1992.
144 13 Seminars, 1992-1993.
144 14 Seminars, 1994-1996.
Site visits.
145 1 1991, August.
145 2 1995, April.
145 3 1996, November.
145 4 Summer Student Symposium programs, 1995, 1997-1998.
Visiting Committee.
145 5 1992.
145 6 1993.
145 7 1994.
145 8 1995.
145 9 Misc. material about the program.

CONFERENCES & LECTURES

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145 10 Symposium on Prebiological Chemistry, Columbus, OH, April 25, 1953.
145 11 American Society of Biological Chemists Meeting, Atlantic City, NJ, April 18, 1956.
145 12 Conference on Modern Ideas on Spontaneous Generation, New York, NY, December 26, 1956.
145 13 First International Symposium on the Origin of Life on the Earth, Moscow, Russia, August 19-24, 1957.
145 14 Symposium on Biochemical Origins at the American Chemical Society Meeting, San Francisco, CA, April 17, 1958.
145 15 Frontiers of Science "Origins of Life" Symposium, Oklahoma City, OK, April 1, 1960.
145 16 Conference on Free Amino Acids, Duarte, CA, May 19-21, 1961.
145 17 Lectures in Aerospace Medicine, San Antonio, TX, January 8-12, 1962.
145 18 Conference on the Origin of the Solar System, New York, NY, January 23-24, 1962.
145 19 Conference on Uptake and Distribution of Anesthetic Agents, New York, NY, April 23-24, 1962.
146 1 Junior Science Symposium, New York, NY, November 14, 1962.
146 2 Eighth Annual Postgraduate Assembly in Anesthesiology, Los Angeles, CA, February 16-17, 1963.
146 3 Second Symposium on Underwater Physiology, Washington, D.C., February 25-26, 1963.
146 4 Current Research in Exobiology Symposium, Pasadena, CA, February 26-28, 1963.
146 5 Symposium on Basic Mechanisms of Narcosis, New York, NY, April 22-23, 1963.
146 6 4th International Space Science Symposium, Warsaw, Poland, June 3-11, 1963.
146 7 Space Biology Workshop, Rochester, NY, November 25-26, 1963.
146 8 Pacific Division of the American Association for the Advancement of Science meeting, Vancouver, B.C., June 22, 1964.
146 9 Western Regional Biology Conference, Sunnyvale, CA, March 6, 1965.
146 10 Conference on the Exploration of Mars and Venus, Blacksburg, VA, August 23-27, 1965.
146 11 Council for the Advancement of Science Writing's Third Annual Briefing on New Horizons in Science, La Jolla, CA, November 15-19, 1965.
146 12 Conference on Cell Membrane Structure at the Molecular Level, Duarte, CA, December 9-11, 1965.
146 13 American Association for the Advancement of Science Annual Meeting, Berkeley, CA, December 26-31, 1965.
146 14 Lecture given at Science Writer's Conference, San Diego, CA, 1965.
146 15 12th Annual Meeting of the American Astronautical Society, Anaheim, CA, May 23-25, 1966.
146 16 5th Annual "Project: Honoring the Science Scholar," Columbus, OH, April 22, 1967.
146 17 New York Academy of Sciences Interdisciplinary Communications Program First Conference on the Origins of Life, Princeton, NJ, May 21-24, 1967.
146 18 18th Annual American Institute of Biological Sciences Meetings, College Station, TX, August 27 - September 1, 1967.
146 19 Environment of the Primitive Earth, Cambridge, MA, March 10-13, 1968.
146 20 Synthesis, Structure and Evolution of Proteins and Nucleic Acids Symposium, Houston, TX, April 8-10, 1968.
146 21 Second Conference on Origins of Life, Princeton, NJ, May 5-8, 1968.
146 22 Organic Analysis Symposium, Washington, D.C., November 1-2, 1968.
146 23 Geological Society of America Annual Meeting, Atlantic City, NJ, November 10, 1969.
146 24 Division for Planetary Sciences First Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA, January 19-21, 1970.
146 25 Third Conference on the Origins of Life, Pacific Palisades, CA, February 27 - March 2, 1970.
146 26 Third International Conference on the Origin of Life, Pont-a-Mousson, France, April 19-25, 1970.
146 27 Conference on the Relationship of Interstellar Molecules to the Origin of Life, Moffett Field, CA, February 25-26, 1971.
146 28 Fourth Conference on the Origins of Life, Elkridge, MD, April 13-16, 1971.
146 29 Viking Science Symposium, Hampton, VA, April 19-20, 1971.
146 30 International Symposium on the Origin of Life and Evolutionary Biochemistry, Varna, Bulgaria, September 17-20, 1971.
146 31 Organic Analysis and Carbon Chemistry of Lunar Samples: Their Significance for Exobiology, College Park, MD, October 26-28, 1971.
146 32 Meeting of the Group for the Analysis of Carbon Compounds in Carbonaceous Chondrites and the Returned Lunar Samples, College Park, MD, October 29-30, 1971.
146 33 Meeting on Exobiology in the Post-Viking Period, Moffett Field, CA, March 20-22, 1972.
147 1 Symposium on the Origin of Life in Memory of Alfonso L. Herrera, Mexico City, Mexico, May 2-3, 1972.
147 2 Fourth International Conference of the Institut de la Vie, Göttingen, Germany, May 7-8, 1972.
147 3 International Symposium on the Physics and Chemistry of Ice, Ottawa, Canada, August 14-18, 1972.
147 4 24th International Geological Congress, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, August 1972.
147 5 National Association of Biology Teachers Convention, San Francisco, CA, October 25-28, 1972.
147 6 Meeting of the Group for the Analysis of Carbon Compounds in Carbonaceous Chondrites and the Returned Lunar Samples (GAC4RLS), Houston, TX, October 27-28, 1972.
147 7 Symposium on Natural Gases in Marine Sediments and Their Mode of Distribution, Lake Arrowhead, CA, November 28-30, 1972.
147 8 Project Clean Air Master Conference, Riverside, CA, December 14-15, 1972.
147 9 Table Ronde Roussel-Uclaf on the Origin of Life, Paris, France, April 2-3, 1973.
147 10 4th Annual Conference on the Origin of Life & 1st ISSOL Meeting, Barcelona, Spain, June 25-28, 1973.
147 11 Mars Surface Sample Return Symposium, Moffett Field, CA, October 24-25, 1973.
147 12 Meeting of the Group for the Analysis of Carbon Compounds in Carbonaceous Chondrites and the Returned Lunar Samples (GAC4RLS), Stanford, CA, October 26-27, 1973.
147 13 International Colloquium on Mars, Pasadena, CA, November 28 - December 1, 1973.
147 14 College Park Colloquia on Chemical Evolution: Chemical Evolution of the Giant Planets, College Park, MD, October 23-26, 1974.
147 15 European Molecular Biology Organization (EMBO), Barcelona, Spain, May 26-28, 1975.
147 16 21st Annual National Security Seminar, Carlisle, PA, June 3-6, 1975.
147 17 Minnesota and North Dakota Academies of Science Joint Meeting, Moorhead, MN, April 30, 1976.
147 18 Time/Leadership Conference 1976, Washington, D.C., September 26-27, 1976.
147 19 Fifth International Conference on the Unity of the Sciences, Washington, D.C., November 26-28, 1976.
147 20 Student Symposium on the Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence (SETI), Moffett Field, CA, February 24-25, 1977.
147 21 Second ISSOL Meeting and the Fifth International Conference on the Origin of Life, Kyoto, Japan, April 5-10, 1977.
148 1 Dynamics and Regulation of Evolving Systems Symposium, Barvaria, West Germany, May 10-16, 1977.
148 2 Workshop on Solar System Molecular Analysis, Houston, TX, September 13, 1978.
148 3 Working Group on Molecular Aspects of the Origins of Life, Vatican City, October 16-17, 1978.
148 4 Second International Colloquium on Mars, Pasadena, CA, January 15-18, 1979.
148 5 First Science Workshop on the Origins of Life, Moffett Field, CA, March 1-2, 1979.
148 6 Scholars in Residence Seminar Series at the National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, MD, March 20, 1979.
148 7 National Bureau of Standards Colloquium, Washington, D.C., April 18, 1980.
148 8 National Academy of Sciences One Hundred and Seventeenth Annual Meeting and the Solvay Conference in Chemistry, Washington, D.C., April 20-24, 1980.
148 9 6th International Conference on the Origins of Life and the 3rd ISSOL Meeting, Jerusalem, Israel, June 23-27, 1980.
148 10 Interdisciplinary Study of the Origin and Evolution of Earth's Earliest Biosphere Symposium, Los Angeles, CA, August 10-12, 1980.
148 11 Dahlem Workshop on Biosphere Evolution and Precambrian Metallogeny, Berlin, Germany, September 1-5, 1980.
148 12 Sacramento Section of the American Chemical Society, Spring Meeting, Stockton, CA, May 2, 1981.
148 13 Symposium on Origin and Evolution of Planetary Atmospheres, Hamburg, West Germany, August 17-18, 1981.
148 14 Workshop on Exobiology in Solar System Exploration, Moffett Field, CA, December 9-11, 1981.
148 15 17th Winter Seminar on Molecules, Information and Memory, Klosters, Switzerland, January 9-23, 1982.
148 16 Twenty-fourth Plenary Meeting Committee on Space Research (COSPAR), Ottawa, Canada, May 16 - June 2, 1982.
149 1 First Symposium on Chemical Evolution and the Origin and Evolution of Life, Moffett Field, CA, August 2-4, 1982.
149 2 Precambrian Paleobiology Research Group Annual Meeting, Bloomington, IN, February 17-20, 1983.
149 3 Workshop on the Origin of Natural Gas, Oak Ridge, TN, May 4-6, 1983.
149 4 7th International Conference on the Origins of Life and 4th Meeting of ISSOL, Mainz, Germany, July 10-15, 1983.
149 5 Third Workshop on Exobiology in Solar System Exploration, Moffett Field, CA, August 25-26, 1983.
149 6 American Chemical Society's 186th National Meeting, Washington, D.C., August 28 - September 2, 1983.
149 7 1983 Pacific Conference on Chemistry and Spectroscopy, Pasadena, CA, October 26-28, 1983.
149 8 1984 lecture list.
149 9 NATO Advanced Research Workshop Ices in the Solar System, Nice, France, January 16-19, 1984.
149 10 Eleventh Annual Missouri Regional Junior Science, Engineering and Humanities Symposium, St. Louis, MO, March 15-17, 1984.
149 11 Committee on Space Research Twenty-fifth Plenary Meeting, Graz, Austria, June 25 - July 7, 1984.
149 12 First Workshop on Exobiology in Earth Orbit, Moffett Field, CA, August 8-10, 1984.
149 13 NASA Methane Research Meeting, La Jolla, CA, August 30-31, 1984.
149 14 Geological Society of America, Paleontological Society Symposium, Reno, NV, November 5-8, 1984.
150 1 Suess Symposium [celebrating Hans Suess' 75th birthday], La Jolla, CA, December 13-14, 1984.
150 2 1985 lecture list.
150 3 Precambrian Paleobiology Research Group Planning Session, Los Angeles, CA, February 15-21, 1985.
150 4 Second Workshop on Exobiology in Earth Orbit, Moffett Field, CA, April 1-3, 1985.
150 5 National Academy of Sciences One Hundred and Twenty-Second Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C., April 21-24, 1985.
150 6 West Texas State University lecture, Canyon, TX, April 25, 1985.
150 7 Second Symposium on Chemical Evolution and the Origin and Evolution of Life, Moffett Field, CA, July 23-26, 1985.
150 8 Gordon Research Conference on the Origin of Life, Andover, NH, August 19-23, 1985.
150 9 Conference on Molecular Evolutions of Life, Södergarn, Lidingö, Sweden, September 8-12, 1985.
150 10 Uppsala Universitet lecture, Uppsala, Sweden, September 13, 1985.
150 11 Symposium on the Origin of Life, Pasadena, CA, October 14-15, 1985.
150 12 Exobiology and Future Mars Missions Workshop, Moffett Field, CA, October 17-18, 1985.
150 13 Distinguished Scientist Colloguia Program, Grossmont College, El Cajon, CA, November 18, 1985.
150 14 Precambrian Paleobiology Research Group Meeting, Palo Alto, CA, February 14-19, 1986.
150 15 University of Chicago Sigma Xi lecture, Chicago, IL, May 22-23, 1986.
150 16 Research Group on Chemical Evolution, Early Biological Evolution, and Exobiology Meeting, Rouen, France, June 17-19, 1986.
Fifth ISSOL Meeting and the Eighth International Conference on the Origin of Life, Berkeley, CA, July 21-25, 1986.
150 17 Notes, program, and ephemera.
150 18-19 Abstracts.
151 1 Planetary Society Symposium, Solar System Exploration: Searching for the Origin of Life, Berkeley, CA, July 24, 1986.
151 2 AMI Tarzana Regional Medical Center Extra-Terrestrial Life Symposium, Tarzana, CA, October 24, 1986.
151 3 Florida speaking tour - Southern Florida University & Miami University, February 26-27, 1987.
151 4 Conference on Isotope Tracers in Geochemistry and Geophysics, dedicated to G.J. Wasserburg, Pasadena, CA, March 23-25, 1987.
151 5 Exobiology on the CRAF Penetrator-Lander Meeting, Moffett Field, CA, April 16, 1987.
151 6 National Academy of Sciences One Hundred and Twenty-Fourth Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C., April 26-29, 1987.
151 7 First CODATA Workshop on Nucleic Acid and Protein Sequencing Data, Gaithersburg, MD, May 3-6, 1987.
151 8 52nd Symposium on Quantitative Biology: Evolution of Catalytic Function, Cold Spring Harbor, NY, May 27 - June 2, 1987.
151 9 Space Life Sciences Symposium, Washington, D.C., June 21-26, 1987.
151 10 Council of Europe Intensive Course on Origins and Early Evolution of Life, Barcelona, Spain, July 6-11, 1987.
151 11 Gordon Research Conference on Origins of Life, Newport, RI, August 17-21, 1987.
151 12 Evolution of Matter - Formation and Organization of Chemical Substances, Visiting professorship, University of Tsukuba, Japan. [Miller continued trip to Australia], November - December 1987.
151 13 Committee on Space Research 27th Plenary Meeting, Helsinki, Finland, July 18-29, 1988.
151 14 Space Station Freedom Attached Payloads Proposal Review, Huntsville, AL, January 30 - February 3, 1989.
151 15 NASA Graduate Student Researchers Program Symposium, Washington, D.C., May 1-4, 1989.
151 16 Storer Life Sciences Symposium, Evolution of the Biosphere, Davis, CA, May 9-11, 1989.
151 17 Biological Charge Transfer: Photosynthesis to Physiology. A Symposium in honor of David C. Mauzerall, New York, NY, June 23, 1989.
151 18 Sixth ISSOL Meeting and the Ninth International Conference on the Origin of Life, Prague, Czechoslovakia, July 3-8, 1989.
151 19 Fourth Annual Mid-America Molecular and Cellular Biology Colloquium, Afton, OK, October 3-6, 1989.
151 20 Epstein 70th Birthday Symposium, Pasadena, CA, December 1-2, 1989.
152 1 Life at the Edge: From Precambrian Chemistry to Extraterrestrial Biology, Graduate Student Symposium, Boulder, CO, April 20-22, 1990.
152 2 6th Annual Center for the Study of Evolution and the Origin of Life Banquet, Los Angeles, CA, June 4, 1990.
152 3 15th Annual Meeting of the Japanese Society for the Study of the Origin and Evolution of Life, Kanazawa, Japan, July 23-25, 1990.
152 4 Fourth Symposium on Chemical Evolution and the Origin and Evolution of Life, Moffett Field, CA, July 24-27, 1990.
152 5 Gordon Research Conference on the Origin of Life, Plymouth, NH, August 13-17, 1990.
152 6 Center for the Study of Evolution and the Origin of Life (CSEOL) First Annual Symposium, Los Angeles, CA, January 11, 1991.
152 7 National Academy of Sciences One Hundred and Twenty-Eighth Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C., April 28 - May 1, 1991.
152 8 Bruno Zimm Symposium, San Diego, CA, May 18, 1991.
152 9 Espace Europeen Des Sciences et Des Artes, Strasbourg, France, July 2-5, 1991.
152 10 Comets and the Origins and Evolution of Life, Eau Claire, WI, September 30 - October 2, 1991.
152 11 Third Rencontres de Blois on Frontiers of Life, Blois, France, October 14-19, 1991.
152 12 Geochemical Society of America Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA, October 21-24, 1991.
152 13 23rd Annual Meeting of the Division for Planetary Sciences of the American Astronomical Society, Palo Alto, CA, November 4-8, 1991.
152 14 American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, December 9-13, 1991.
153 1 National Academy of Sciences One Hundred and Twenty-Ninth Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C., April 26-29, 1992.
153 2 Gordon Research Conference on Origins of Life, New London, NH, June 22-26, 1992.
153 3 The World Space Congress, Washington, D.C., August 28 - September 5, 1992.
153 4 Visiting Scientists Program of the Department of Culture of the Autonomous Government of Catalonia, Barcelona, Spain, October 3-10, 1992.
153 5 Biochemistry Seminar, Colorado State Universtiy, Fort Collins, CO, April 12, 1993.
153 6 Jim Arnold Fest, San Diego, CA, July 26, 1993.
153 7 7th ISSOL Meeting and the 10th International Conference on the Origin of Life, Barcelona, Spain, July 4-9. 1993.
153 8 Chapman Lecture at the University of Alaska, Fairbanks, AK, September 24, 1993.
153 9 Biomedical Research Institute Chemistry Colloquium, Kenosha, WI, October 15, 1993.
153 10 Los Origenes de la Vida, Tijuana, Mexico, November 29, 1993.
153 11 29th Winter Seminar on Molecules, Information and Memory, Klosters, Switzerland, January 16-28, 1994.
153 12 International Conference on Circumstellar Habitable Zones, Moffett Field, CA, January 19-22, 1994.
153 13 American Association for the Advancement of Science Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA, February 18-23, 1994.
153 14 207th American Chemical Society National Meeting and Expostion Program, San Diego, CA, March 13-17, 1994.
153 15 Ireland Distinguished Visiting Scholar, University of Alabama at Birmingham, April 18-22, 1994.
153 16 Fifth Symposium on Chemical Evolution and the Origin of Life, Moffett Field, CA, April 25-29, 1994.
153 17 Institute for Continued Learning lecture, San Diego, CA, May 6, 1994.
153 18 Origins Seminar Series, Argonne National Laboratory, Argonne, IL, May 12, 1994.
153 19 Biochemistry of the 21st Century: Problems and Frontiers, on the Centennial Anniversary of Professor A.I. Oparin, Moscow, Russia, May 12-18, 1994.
153 20 Origin and Early Evolution of Life, Honoring A.I. Oparin, Valencia, Spain, July 18-22, 1994.
154 1 14th Annual University of California, Irvine Summer Science Institute, Irvine, CA, August 2, 1994.
154 2 Gordon Research Conference on Origin of Life, Newport, RI, August 21-26, 1994.
154 3 30th Winter Seminar on Molecules, Information, and Memory, Klosters, Switzerland, January 15-27, 1995.
The Origin of Homochirality in Life, Santa Monica, CA, February 15-17, 1995.
154 4 Correspondence, notes, and ephemera.
154 5 Transparency book.
154 6 Sumner Club Meeting, La Jolla, CA, May 11, 1995.
154 7 American College of Obstetricians & Gynecologists / Association of Women's Health, Obstetric, and Neonatal Nurses Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA, October 1-5, 1995.
154 8 Graduate Assistance in Areas of National Need (GAANN) Symposium, Chemistry Past, Present, and Future, Irving, CA, October 7, 1995.
154 9 Lecture at the International Institute of Cellular and Molecular Pathology, Brussels, Belgium, October 24, 1995.
154 10 Tecnhociencia 95, Los Limites de la Ciencia, Madrid, Spain, October 24-27, 1995.
154 11 International Society for Correlative Biologic Research Meeting, San Diego, CA, November 9, 1995.
154 12 Lecture at Scripps Research Institute, La Jolla, CA, November 17, 1995.
154 13 Gordon Research Conference on Origin of Life, Ventura, CA, January 7-12, 1996.
154 14 Chemical Society of Zurich lecture, Zurich, Switzerland, April 10, 1996.
155 1 Twenty-first Annual West Coast Biological Sciences Undergraduate Research Conference, San Diego, CA, April 27, 1996.
155 2 University of Virginia Graduate Biosciences Society Distinguished Scientist Seminar, Charlottesville, VA, April 30, 1996.
155 3 RNA Today Colloquium, Princeton, NJ, May 9-10, 1996.
155 4 8th ISSOL Meeting and the 11th International Conference on the Origin of Life, Orléans, France, July 8-13, 1996.
155 5 Université Paris-Sud lecture, Paris, France, July 16, 1996.
155 6 Fondation des Treilles, The Last Common Ancestor and Beyond, Treilles, France, July 19-23, 1996.
155 7 Thermophiles '96, Conference and Workshop, Athens, GA, September 4-12, 1996.
155 8 UCSD Faculty Luncheon Seminars, San Diego, CA, October 16, 1996.
155 9 Sumner Club Meeting, San Diego, CA, November 21, 1996.
155 10 Earth and Space Science Colloquium at the University of California, Los Angeles, February 6, 1997.
155 11 Biochemistry Seminar Series at the California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, CA, February 13, 1997.
155 12 Fourth International Symposium of the Graduate University for Advanced Studies, Hayama, Japan, March 6-7, 1997.
155 13 Arrhenius Seminar in Natural Science at Stockholm University, Stockholm, Sweden, April 3, 1997.
155 14 Forum on the Origins of Life, Gothenburg, Sweden, April 7-9, 1997.
155 15 213th American Chemical Society National Meeting, San Francisco, CA, April 13-17, 1997.
155 16 Nelson Distinguished Lecturer Series at Montana State University, Bozeman, MT, April 29, 1997.
156 1 Chemical Science and Technology Laboratory Colloquium Series at the National Institute of Standards and Technology, Gaithersburg, MD, June 3, 1997.
156 2 Origins and Early Evolution of Life Roundtable, Guadalajara, Mexico, July 23, 1997.
156 3 California Space Institute Seminar Program, San Diego, CA, October 1, 1997.
156 4 Ocean Sciences Meeting, San Diego, CA, February 9-13, 1998.
156 5 Director's Distinguished Lecture Series at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, Livermore, CA, May 14, 1998.
156 6 Origins of Species and Evolutionary Change, Symposium to Honor Lynn Margullis, Madrid, Spain, June 8-9, 1998.
156 7 Symposium in Honor of John Oro on his 75th Birthday, Valencia, Spain, October 13-16, 1998.
156 8 Lucas Seminar Series at the Colorado School of Mines, Golden, CO, October 27, 1998.
156 9 The Limits of Life Symposium, Barcelona, Spain, November 12-14, 1998.
156 10 Biochemistry at 100°C: How Enzymes and their Substrates Stabilized? Cold Spring Harbor, NY, December 6-9, 1998.
156 11 Gordon Research Conference on the Origin of Life, Ventura, CA, February 21-26, 1999.
156 12 Surface Analysis '99: 21st Annual Symposium on Applied Surface Analysis, Waukesha, WI, June 14-17, 1999.
156 13 9th ISSOL Meeting and the 12th International Conference on the Origin of Life, La Jolla, CA, July 11-16, 1999.
157 1 Wright Lectures on Cosmic Evolution, Boston, MA, November 3, 1999.
157 2 Harvard lecture, Boston, MA, November 4, 1999.
157 3 Conference for the Study of the Origin and Evolution of Life, Yokohama, Japan, March 14-16, 2000.
157 4 Gold Medal Symposium on the Origin of Life, Los Angeles, CA, April 7, 2000.
157 5 Sixth Trieste Conference on Chemical Evolution, Trieste, Italy, September 18-22, 2000.
157 6 10th ISSOL Meeting and the 13th International Conference on the Origin of Life, Oaxaca, Mexico, June 30 - July 5, 2002.
157 7 Seventh Trieste Conference on Chemical Evolution and the Origin of Life..., Trieste, Italy, September 15-19, 2003.
157 8 11th ISSOL Meeting and the 14th International Conference on the Origin of Life, Beijing, China, June 19-24, 2005.
157 9 Unidentified conference - Lecture given by Matt Levy, co-written by Miller, A Temperature Estimate for the Aqueous Alteration of the Murchison Meteorite Based on the Presence of Purines & Pyrimidines, undated.
157 10 Conference lists, 1965-1989.
157 11 Lecture lists, undated.
157 12 Miscellaneous lecture notes, 1974-1993.
157 13 FB-507-05, MC-10-03 Lecture pamphlets, flyers, posters, and ephemera, 1959-2005.
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157 14 List of posters.
157 15 The Strecker Synthesis in the Primitive Ocean - ISSOL meeting, June 1980.
157 16 Prebiotic Synthesis of Pantoic Acid and the Other Components of Coenzyme A - ISSOL meeting, 1986.
157 17 Evolution of the Biosynthesis of the Hydrophobic Amino Acids - ISSOL meeting, July 1993.
157 18 Urazole is a Potential Precursor to Uracil - American Association for the Advancement of Science meeting, February 1994.
158 1 The Kinetics of Decompostion of Ribose - American Chemical Society meeting, March 1994.
158 2 Prebiotic Synthesis of Hydroxymethyluracil and Some t-RNA Bases, and other posters - NASA Ames P.I. meeting, April 1994.
158 3 An Efficient Prebiotic Synthesis of Pyrimidines, and other posters - Gordon Research Conference, August 1994.
158 4 An Experimental Investigation of the Iron-Sulfur World, and other posters - Gordon Research Conference, January 1996.
158 5 The Hydrolysis of Dihydrouridine and Related Compounds, and other posters - ISSOL meeting, 1996.
158 6 How Could Life Have Arisen on Earth? - Fourth Meeting of the Modular CHEM Consortium National Visiting Committee, January 1998.
158 7 MC-10-04 Equilibrium and Kinetics of the Aldol Condensation of Cyanoacetaldehyde - Full-size presentation poster for ISSOL '99.
158 8 Fully Deuterated Alphatic Hydrocarbons Obtained from Iron Carbide Treated with DC1 and D20 - Unidentified meeting, undated.

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158 9 List of professional activities, 1986-1992.
158 10 Committee on Space Research (COSPAR), 1983-1995.
158 11 Extraterrestrial Life Detection meetings, 1958-1960.
158 12 Jet Propulsion Laboratory Visiting Committee, 1971-1973.
158 13 National Academy of Sciences Voluntary Nominating Group for Leslie Orgel, 1989.
Precambrian Paleobiology Research Group - Includes material related to the writing of Earth's Earliest Biosphere: Its Origin and Evolution.
158 14 1977-1979.
158 15 1980.
158 16 1981-1983.
158 17 Sumner Club, 1990-1999.
159 1 U.S. National Committee for CODATA and Numerical Advisory Board, 1987.

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159 2 Articles of Incorporation, 1972.
Correspondence.
159 3 1970-1978.
159 4 1980-1987.
159 5 1988-1989.
159 6 Letters to the USSR Academy of Sciences regarding a mission to Mars, 1989.
159 7 1990-1999.
ISSOL Newsletter.
159 8 1978-1988.
159 9 1989-1994.
159 10 1995-1999.
159 11 President's Message for the ISSOL Newsletter, 1989.
159 12 5th ISSOL Meeting Organizing Committee, 1984-1986.
6th ISSOL Meeting Organizing Committee.
159 13 1986-1989.
160 1 Miller's notes on organizing the meeting, 1988-1989.
160 2 7th ISSOL Meeting Organizing Committee, 1991-1993.
Oparin Medal.
160 3 1980.
160 4 1986.
160 5 1989.
160 6 Urey Medal proposal, 1989.
160 7 Photocopies of materials related to the history of the organization.

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161 2 1982-1999, undated.
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161 3 American Institute of Biological Sciences, 1977-1991.
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161 4 Archives of Biochemistry and Biophysics, 1959-1963.
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161 5 Bioorganic Chemistry, 1972.
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161 6 Biopolymers, 1973-1975.
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161 7 Carbohydrate Research, 2001.
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161 8 Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 1959-1986.
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161 9 Icarus, 1969-1995.
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161 10 Journal of the American Chemical Society, 1974-1986.
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161 11 Journal of Applied Physics, 1969, 1998.
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161 12 Journal of Chemical Education, 1977.
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Journal of Molecular Evolution.
161 13 1972-1987.
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161 14 1988-1998.
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161 15 Journal of Physical Chemistry, 1967-1992.
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162 1 Journal of Theoretical Biology, 1971-1999.
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162 2 Molecular Pharmacology, 1971-1972.
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162 3 National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), 1962-1996.
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162 4 National Science Foundation, 1962-1993.
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Nature.
162 5 1973-1985.
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162 6 1986-1995.
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Origins of Life and Evolution of the Biosphere.
162 7 1976-1995.
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162 8 1996-1997.
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162 9 Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 1974-1988.
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162 10 Science, 1959-1985.
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163 1 1970-1989.
163 2 1990-1996.
Portraits of Stanley Miller.
163 3 Ca. 1940-1992.
163 4 With electric discharge apparatus.
163 5 Negatives, ca. 1962-1990.
163 6 UCSD Chemistry Department faculty, undated.
163 7 Electric discharge experiment equipment.
Conferences.
163 8 MC-10-05 Group photographs, 1985-2006.
163 9-10 9th ISSOL Meeting, La Jolla, CA, 1999.
163 11 Family photographs, 1938-1986.
Travel photographs.
163 12 Ca. 1947-1970.
163 13 1971-1987.
164 1 Undated.
164 2 Steam cars - Negatives.
164 3 Miscellaneous & unidentified.
Slides.
164 4 1959-1988.
164 5 1988-1997.
164 6 Steam cars - Includes images of the UCSD Steam Javelin & the start of the Clear Air Car Race.
164 7 Lecture slides - "Standard set".
164 8 Miscellaneous.

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164 9 American Chemical Society program Men and Molecules (Reel-to-Reel), 1970.
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Cassettes.
Harold Urey Memorial, February 7, 1981.
165 1-2 Tapes 1 & 2 - Speakers: Wasserburg, Suess, Miller, Goodman, Hutchinson, and Cohen.
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165 3-4 Tapes 3 & 4 - Speakers: Epstein, Arnold, Atkinson, Brickwedde, and York.
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165 5-6 Tapes 5 & 6 - Speakers: Perrin, Smith, Torbert, Revelle, and Urey Barringer.
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165 7 Miller on All Things Considered, September 1983.
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165 8-9 Creation vs. Evolution debate, San Diego State University (2 cassettes), April 29, 1993.
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165 10-11 American Association for the Advancement of Science Annual Meeting (2 cassettes), February 1994.
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165 12 BBC Science Magazine - Miller speaking about RNA, ca. 1997.
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165 13 Discovery - Program about the origins of life, ca. 1997.
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165 14 Catalyst - Program on how life began, undated.
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165 15 University of California, San Diego Science Editor - Miller speaking about life in the universe, undated.
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166 1 NOVA - "Is Anybody Out There?" (VHS), November 1986.
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166 2 Origin of life lecture for Japanese television, (VHS), July 22, 1990.
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166 3 BBC Horizon - "Life is Impossible," (VHS), June 1993.
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166 4 Ireland visiting scholar lecture, University of Alabama at Birmingham, (VHS), April 1994.
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166 5 Prebiotic Chemistry and the Origins of Life - Lecture given at Argonne National Laboratory, (VHS), May 12, 1994.
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166 6 Miller interview on Channel 7 on August 8, 1996; "Aliens - Are We Alone?" and miscellaneous other programs, (VHS).
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166 7 Electric discharge experiment, slow motion, (VHS), ca. 1997.
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166 8 The Origins of Life on Earth - Director's Distinguished Lecture Series, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, (VHS), May 14, 1998.
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166 9 Interview of Stanley Miller, Barcelona, (Pal VHS), November 1998.
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166 10 "Revisiting the Miller-Urey Experiment," UCSD TV, (VHS), ca. 2003.
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166 11 Coast Telecourses Cycles of Life - "Macroevolution," (VHS), undated.
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167 1 The New Explorer with Bill Kurtis - "Searching for the Origins of Life," (VHS), undated.
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167 2 Science Odyssey - "Race for the Double Helix," Stanley Miller featured in part 5, (VHS), undated.
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167 3 UCSD Conversations - Includes the segment "Miller-Urey Experiment Revisited," (DVD), undated.
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168 1 A - Miscellaneous.
168 2 Abelson, Philip H.
168 3 Abraham, Michael H.
168 4 Aihara, Jun-ichi.
168 5 Akabori, S.
168 6-7 Alberty, Robert A.
168 8 Allamandola, Louis J.
168 9 Altman, Sidney.
168 10 Anders, Edward.
169 1 Anders, Edward.
169 2 Apelblat, Alexander.
169 3 Arnett, Edward M.
169 4-5 Arrhenius, Gustaf.
169 6 B - Miscellaneous.
169 7-8 Bada, Jeffrey.
169 9 Bahadur, Krishna.
169 10 Balasubramanian, R.
169 11 Baltscheffsky, Herrick and Margareta.
169 12 Bard, Allen J.
170 1 Barduhn, Allen J.
170 2 Barghoorn, Elso S.
170 3-4 Bar-Nun, Akiva.
170 5 Barrer, R.M.
170 6 Bartel, David.
170 7 Beck, Mihály T.
170 8 Becker, Ralph S.
170 9 Bendich, Aaron.
170 10-11 Benner, Steven A.
170 12 Benson, Andrew A.
170 13 Benson, Sidney W.
170 14 Berthelot, Daniel and Henry Gaudechon.
170 15 Blake, David F.
170 16 Bloch, Konrad.
171 1 Bonner, William A.
171 2 Brack, André.
171 3 Brandes, Jay A.
171 4 Breaker, Ronald R.
171 5 Brenner, M.
171 6 Brin, Glen David.
171 7 Briner, E.
171 8 Broda, E.
171 9 Brown, R.D.
171 10 Bruice, Thomas C.
171 11 Buckel, Wolfgang.
171 12 Burton, Kenneth.
171 13 Buvet, René.
171 14 C - Miscellaneous.
171 15 Cabani, Sergio.
171 16 Cairns-Smith, A. Graham.
171 17 Cech, Thomas R.
172 1 Chameides, W.L.
172 2-3 Chang, Sherwood.
172 4 Chargaff, Erwin.
172 5 Christensen, James J. and Reed M. Izatt.
172 6 Christophersen, Olav Albert.
172 7 Chyba, Christopher F.
172 8 Chyba, Christopher F. and Carl Sagan.
172 9 Cicerone, Ralph J.
172 10 Clark, Benton.
172 11 Clark, Peter D.
172 12 Cleland, W.W.
172 13 Cloud, Preston.
173 1-2 Commeyras, Auguste and French Strecker synthesis articles.
173 3 Cook, A.H. and A.L. Levy.
173 4 Cooper, George W.
173 5 Corliss, John B.
173 6 Cosani, Keith.
173 7 Coyne, Lelia M.
173 8 Crick, Francis.
173 9-10 Cronin, John R.
173 11 D - Miscellaneous.
173 12 Davidson, D.W.
174 1 Decker, Peter.
174 2 De Duve, Christian.
174 3 Degens, Egon.
174 4 De Graaf, Wim.
174 5 Dekker, Eugene E.
174 6 Delsemme, A.H.
174 7 De Vries, Louis.
174 8 Dickerson, Richard E.
174 9 Diepen, G.A.M.
174 10 Dose, Klaus.
174 11 Dougherty, Dennis A.
174 12 Dowler, Michael J.
174 13 Draganić, Ivan and Zorica.
174 14 Dyson, Freeman.
174 15 E - Miscellaneous.
175 1 Eaton, Bruce E.
175 2 Edwards, Matthew R.
175 3 Egami, Fujio.
175 4 Eigen, Manfred.
175 5 Ellington, Andrew D.
175 6 Engel, M.H.
175 7 Epstein, Samuel.
175 8 F - Miscellaneous.
175 9 Farley, John.
175 10 Fendler, Janos H.
175 11 Ferrari, G., R. Cultrera, and A.R. Deschreider.
175 12 Flores, Jose J.
Ferris, James P.
175 13 1965-1976.
175 14 1976-1986.
175 15 1987-1998, undated.
176 1 Figureau, A.
176 2 Folsome, Clair.
176 3 Fox, Sydney W.
176 4 Freund, Friedemann.
176 5 Friedman, Mendel.
176 6 G - Miscellaneous.
176 7 Gabel, Norman W.
176 8 Garrels, Robert.
176 9 Getoff, Nikola.
176 10 Ghadiri, M. Reza.
176 11 Gilat, G.
176 12 Gilbert, Walter.
176 13 Gill, Stanley J.
176 14 Glew, D.N.
176 15 Gold, Larry.
176 16 Gold, Thomas.
177 1 Goldanskii, Vitalii I.
177 2-3 Goldbert, Robert N.
177 4 Goodman, Murray.
177 5 Gow, Anthony J.
177 6 Groth, Wilhelm.
177 7 Guillemin, Jean-Claude.
177 8 Guthrie, J. Peter.
177 9 Guynn, Robert W.
177 10 H - Miscellaneous.
177 11 Hagan, William.
178 1 Halmann, M. and Ch. Degani.
178 2-4 Harada, Kaoru.
178 5-6 Hare, P.E.
178 7 Hartman, Hyman.
178 8 Hayes, J.M.
179 1 Heckl, Wolfgang H.
179 2 Heinen, Wolfgang.
179 3 Heinrich, Michael.
179 4 Heinz, B.
179 5 Helgeson, Harold C.
179 6 Henderson-Sellers, A.
179 7 Herbst, Robert.
179 8 Herrera, A.L.
179 9 Hill, R.D.
179 10 Hochstim, Adolf R.
179 11 Holder, G.D.
179 12 Holland, Heinrich D.
179 13 Holm, Nils G.
179 14 Horgan, John.
179 15 Horowitz, Norman.
179 16 Hoyle, Fred.
179 17 Hunten, Donald M.
179 18 Iberall, Arthur S.
179 19 Ishigami, Masahiro.
179 20 J - Miscellaneous.
180 1 Jeffrey, G.A.
180 2 Jencks, William P.
180 3 Jespersen, Neil.
180 4 Joshi, P.C.
180 5 Jukes, Thomas.
180 6 K - Miscellaneous.
180 7 Kamminga, Harmke.
180 8 Kanavarioti, Anastassia.
180 9 Kaplan, R.W.
180 10 Kasting, James F.
181 1 Kasting, James F.
181 2 Katchalsky, A.
181 3 Kauffman, Stuart A.
181 4 Keller, Martin.
181 5 Kerridge, John F.
181 6 Kiedrowski, Günter von.
181 7 Kiely, Donald E.
181 8 Klotz, Irving M.
181 9 Kobayashi, Kensei.
181 10 Kobayashi, Riki.
181 11 Kolb, Vera.
181 12 Kondepudi, D.K.
181 13 Kornberg, Arthur.
181 14 Kouchi, Akira.
181 15 Krebs, H.A.
181 16 Kuhn, Hans.
181 17 Kvenvolden, Keith A.
182 1 L - Miscellaneous.
182 2 Labouygues, Jean-Michel.
182 3 Lacey, James C.
182 4 Lahav, Noam.
182 5 Lake, Donald B.
182 6 Lancet, Doron.
182 7 Landweber, Laura F.
182 8 Langenbeck, Wolfgang.
182 9 Langway, Chester C., Jr., and Hitoshi Shoji.
182 10 Lawless, James G.
182 11 Lazcano, Antonio.
182 12 Lehn, Jean-Marie.
182 13 Lemmon, Richard M.
182 14 Lerner, N.R.
182 15 Leussing, D.L.
183 1 Levine, Joel S.
183 2 Lewis, John S.
183 3 Lindahl, Tomas.
183 4 Löb, Walther.
183 5 Lohrmann, R.
183 6 Lönnberg, Harri.
183 7 Lovelock, James E.
183 8 Lunine, Jonathan I.
183 9 M - Miscellaneous.
183 10 Maciá, E.
183 11 Maddox, John.
183 12 Margulis, Lynn.
183 13 Marlière, Philippe.
183 14 Marnett, Lawrence J.
183 15 Marshall, William.
183 16 Martell, Edward A.
183 17 Mason, Stephen F.
183 18 Matthews, Clifford N.
183 19 Maurel, Marie-Christine.
184 1 Mayer, Erwin.
184 2 McCloskey, James A.
184 3 McGovern, Wayne E.
184 4 McKay, Christopher P.
184 5 Menger, Fredric M.
184 6 Miller, Donald G.
184 7 Mopper, Kenneth.
184 8 Morimoto, Shiro.
184 9 Morowitz, Harold J.
184 10 Mukhin, L.M.
184 11 Muller, Anthonie W.J.
184 12 N - Miscellaneous.
184 13 Navarro-González, Rafael.
184 14 Neuman, W.F.
184 15 Nicolaou, K.C.
184 16 Nikitin, B.A.
184 17 Nisbet, Euan G.
184 18 Noller, Harry F.
184 19 Nordén, Bengt.
184 20 Oberbeck, Verne R.
184 21 Olson, E.S.
185 1 Oparin, Alexander.
185 2-4 Orgel, Leslie E.
185 5-7 Oró, John.
186 1-2 Oró, John.
186 3 Österberg, Ragnar.
186 4 Ourisson, Guy.
186 5 Ozima, Minoru.
186 6 P - Miscellaneous.
186 7 Pace, Norman.
186 8 Papagiannis, Michael D.
186 9 Pauling, Linus.
186 10 Penney, Christopher L.
186 11 Perrin, Charles L.
186 12 Pflug, Hans D.
186 13 Pflüger, E.
186 14 Plaut, G.W.E.
186 15 Pojarlieff, I.
186 16 Ponnamperuma, Cyril.
186 17 Price, Charles C.
186 18 Prinn, Ronald G.
187 1 Quack, Martin.
187 2 R - Miscellaneous.
187 3 Rabinowitz, Joseph.
187 4 Rasmussen, Steen.
187 5 Raulin, François.
187 6 Rebek, Julius, Jr.
187 7 Rekharsky, M.V.
187 8 Revelle, Roger.
187 9 Rich, Alexander.
187 10 Ripmeester, J.A.
187 11 Rodkey, F. Lee.
187 12 Rohlfing, Duane L.
187 13 Rubey, William W.
187 14 Russell, Michael J.
188 1 S - Miscellaneous.
188 2-3 Sagan, Carl and Bishun N. Khare.
188 4 Salam, Abdus.
188 5 Salemme, Ray.
188 6 Santi, Daniel.
188 7 Sawai Hiroaki.
188 8 Saygin, Ömer.
188 9 Schidlowski, Manfred.
188 10 Schoffstall, Allen M.
188 11 Schoonen, Martin A.A.
188 12-13 Schopf, J. William.
188 14 Schrauzer, Gerhard N.
189 1 Schwankner, Robert J.
189 2 Schwartz, Alan W.
189 3 Shapiro, Robert.
189 4 Shigemasa, Yoshihiro.
189 5 Shimizu, Mikio.
189 6 Shimoyama, Akira.
189 7 Shock, Everett L.
189 8 Siegel, S.M.
189 9 Sillén, Lars Gunnar.
190 1 Simionescu, Cristofor I.
190 2 Sloan, E. Dendy.
190 3 Smith, Adolph E.
190 4 Smith, Joseph V.
190 5 Sorrell, Wilfred H.
190 6 Spiegelman, S.
190 7 Stackelberg, M.V.
190 8 Steinman, Gary.
190 9 Stetter, Karl O.
190 10 Stevenson, David J.
190 11 Stoddart, J. Fraser.
190 12 Strobel, Darrell F.
190 13 Studier, Martin H.
190 14 Sutherland, John D.
190 15 Switzer, Christopher.
190 16 Szathmáry, Eörs.
190 17 Szostak, Jack W.
190 18 Taube, M.
190 19 Taylor, Edward C.
190 20 Thiemens, Mark H.
190 21 Tiedemann, Hendrik.
191 1 Tingle, Tracy N.
191 2 Tipler, Frank J.
191 3 Tohá, José.
191 4 Towe, Kenneth M.
191 5 Tranter, G.E.
191 6 Trézl, Lajos.
191 7 Ulff-Møller, Finn.
191 8-9 Urey, Harold - Includes reprints, bibliography, biographies & obituaries.
191 10 Usher, David A.
191 11 Van der Waals, J.H.
191 12 Vercellone, Alain.
191 13 Visser, C.M.
191 14 Visser, G.M.
191 15 Vlad, P.F.
191 16-17 Wächtershäuser, Günter.
191 18 Waddell, Thomas G.
192 1 Wadsö, Ingemar.
192 2 Wagman, Donald D.
192 3 Waite, J. Herbert.
192 4 Wald, George.
192 5 Waldrop, M. Mitchell.
192 6 Walker, James C.G.
192 7 Wdowiak, Thomas J.
192 8 Weber, Arthur L.
192 9 Weiner, Alan M.
192 10 Weiss, Armin.
192 11 Westheimer, Frank - Includes Miller's notes from Westheimer's visiting professor lectures.
192 12 Whalley, E.
192 13 White, Robert H.
192 14 Wickramasinghe, N.C.
192 15 Wilhoit, Randolph C.
192 16 Williams, R.J.P.
192 17 Wolf, Rainer.
193 1 Wolfender, Richard.
193 2 Wong, J. Tze-Fei.
193 3 Wurmser, M. René.
193 4 Yamagata, Yukio.
193 5 Yanagawa, Hiroshi.
193 6 Yarus, Michael.
193 7 Yockey, Hubert.
193 8 Young, Richard S.
193 9 Yuasa, Seiji.
193 10 Yung, Yuk L.
193 11 Zahnle, Kevin J.
193 12 Zanella, Andrew W.
193 13 Zare, Richard N.
193 14 Zubay, Geoffrey.

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193 15 Science, ACS, etc.
194 1 Reviews & meeting summaries.
194 2 Recent speculation.
194 3-6 Origins of life speculation.
195 1-6 Origins of life speculation.
196 1-2 Origins of life speculation.
196 3 Frozen ocean.
196 4 Primitive earth conditions, origin of life, etc.
Primitive synthesis.
196 5 Ionizing radiation.
196 6 Miscellaneous summaries.
196 7 U.V. light.
196 8 Shock tube syntheses.
Ionizing radiation.
196 9 Gas phase.
196 10 Solution, solids.
196 11 Sonochemistry.
196 12 Hydrated electron.
197 1 λ- + RCN.
197 2 S8 reactions.
197 3 COS, CS2.
197 4 OH radicals, Fenton's reagent.
197 5 OH radicals (gas phase).
197 6 N, H, OH, CH3 reactions.
197 7 Fe+3 photoreproduction.
197 8 CH4, H2 production, prebiotic.
197 9 Methane from asphalt.
197 10 Reduction of CO2, prebiotic.
197 11 Org. reactions, mineral surface.
197 12 Oxalate, CO2 formate.
197 13 Photoelectrons on TiO2, etc.
197 14 Silica, Lewis acids.
198 1 Clay minerals, zeolites.
198 2 Pyrite.
198 3 FeS, Fe(CN)8 - Abegg.
198 4 SO4-2 reduction.
198 5 CH3 - S - CH3.
198 6 Ylides.
198 7 SO2, HSO3-.
198 8 H2S, S8.
198 9 Marine photochem.
198 10 Sulfur, chem., organic chem.
198 11 Sulfur extrusion.
198 12 Diels-Alder.
198 13 Tetracyanoethylene, etc.
198 14 BrCN.
198 15 Cyanamide, guanidine.
198 16 ClCN.
198 17 NH2OH reactions.
199 1 SCN-, thiourea thermo.
199 2 Cyanogen.
199 3 Hydantoin - orotic.
199 4 Stevens & sulfur rearrangements.
199 5 [Thiocyanogen cyanide].
199 6 Chrysean.
199 7 HCN production.
199 8 HCN properties.
199 9