DanielKevlesdaniel_kevles64994daniel.kevles@yale.eduMale2015-06-23T01:49:08.637DK244PhD268112414252654Inst Natl dl Sante & dl Recherche Med46.2276382.213749328FrancePart of Dr. Kevles work on the history of the genomic issues and intellectual property in living organisms concerns the development of relevant policies and practices in the European Community. To this end, Dr. Kevles collaborates with Jean-Paul Gaudilliere of the Institut National de la Sant&#233; et de la Recherche M&#233;dicale2008-01-01T00:00:00Genomics and intellectual property2656Ecole Normale Superieure de Paris, Unit for the History of Life Sciences46.2276382.213749328FranceProfessor Kevles conducts collaborative work pertaining to the development of genetics, molecular biology, biotechnology, including their relationship to medicine and agriculture.2008-01-01T00:00:00Medical and Modern Life Sciences History2655Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Soc, Cent Koyre46.2276382.213749328FranceDr. Kevles is exploring possible graduate student exchanges between the Yale Program in the History of Science and Medicine and the activities supervised by the historian of modern science Dominique Pestre at the Centre Koyre and the Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales in Paris.2004-01-01T00:00:00History of Science<p>Professor Kevles received his B.A. from Princeton University (Physics) in 1960, training at Oxford University (European History) from 1960-61, and his Ph.D. from Princeton (History) in 1964. His research interests include: the interplay of science and society past and present; the history of science in America; the history of modern physics; the history of modern biology, scientific fraud and misconduct; the history of intellectual property in living organisms; and the history of science, arms, and the state. His teaching areas are the history of modern science, including genetics, physics, science in American society, and the engineering and ownership of life. His books include The Baltimore Case, In the Name of Eugenics, The Physicists, The Code of Codes (co-edited with Leroy Hood), and Inventing America: A History of the United States (coauthored). He is currently completing a book on the history of innovation and intellectual property protection in the stuff of life. </p>https://prodprofileblob.blob.core.windows.net/documents/c56d44e4-4e7d-4d07-833c-9fed5d429b4e1964-06-15T00:00:00PhDHistory529Princeton UniversityPrinceton40.3572976-74.6672226832NJUnited States1960-01-01T00:00:00BA528Princeton UniversityPrinceton40.3572976-74.6672226832NJUnited States2034321356truefalsefalsefalsefalsefalsefalsefalseFACfalsefalseYale UniversityP.O. Box 208324New Haven23438-97United States136206520-8324CT631Dept. of History0falsefalseEducation1Research2MacMillan Center110399ActiveProgram/Centerhttp://www.yale.edu/macmillan/1575Rectangle12912015-06-23T15:12:39.157https://prodprofileblob.blob.core.windows.net/images/bfc77468-6e8c-4120-a1b9-ec85816461ee1033Square10332015-06-23T15:12:39.157https://prodprofileblob.blob.core.windows.net/images/5fabeab7-a728-4dec-ab38-3a5a82e2f6d810332015-06-23T15:12:39.157https://prodprofileblob.blob.core.windows.net/images/f8ac7dd8-028b-4a38-abd5-1787ec38c4db1033Dr. Kevles's teaching areas are the history of modern science, including genetics, physics, science in American society.trueProfessor Emeritus of History and Senior Research Scholar in Law5363falseProfessor of American Studies5362falseAdjunct Prof. of Law5361Inventing America: A History of the United States, coauthored with Alex Keyssar, Pauline Maier, and Merritt Roe Smith (New York: W.W. Norton, 2002; 2nd edition forthcoming, 2005)162931The Code of Codes: Scientific and Social Issues in the Human Genome Project, edited with Leroy Hood Harvard University Press, 1992; (paperback, 1993); published in Germany (Artemis and Winkler), 1994 and in Japan (Ague Shotu-Sha), 1997. 162942In the Name of Eugenics: Genetics and the Uses of Human Heredity Alfred A. Knopf, 1985; University of California Press,1986 (paperback); Harvard University Press, 1995 (paperback with new preface). Also published in England (Penguin), Japan (Asahi), Spain (Editions Planeta), France (Presse Universitaire de France).162953International Eugenics, in Deadly Medicine: Creating the Master Race (Washington, D.C.: U.S. Holocaust Museum, 2004), pp. 41-60 162964Big Chill in Biotechnology, Technology Review (July 2003) 162975Ownership and Identity: The Drive to Manipulate DNA Has Changed the Economy and the Law, The Scientist, Jan. 13, 2003 162986 Download on the Apple App Store