By J. Oró, S. L. Miller, C. Ponnamperuma, R. S. Young (auth.), J. Oró, S. L. Miller, C. Ponnamperuma, R. S. Young (eds.)
This book, in volumes, comprises many of the clinical papers awarded on the first assembly of the foreign Society for the learn of the foundation of existence (ISSOL), hung on June 25-28, 1973 in Barcelona, Spain. the 1st quantity comprises the invited articles and the second one quantity the contributed papers, which additionally look within the 1974 and 1975 matters, respectively, of the recent magazine Origins of existence, released through D. Reidel. a comparatively huge variety of conferences with reference to the beginning of existence were held somewhere else in view that 1957. by way of its association, scope, and quantity and nationality of contributors, the convention celebrated final yr in Barcelona heavily the 3 overseas meetings held past in Moscow, U.S.S.R., 1957, Wakulla Springs, united states of america, 1963, and Pont-a-Mousson, France, 1970. accordingly the 1st ISSOL assembly used to be additionally named the Ath foreign convention at the beginning of Life.
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