The truth behind the legend of Gregor Mendel, almost as famous for fixing his results as for fathering genetics, could lie buried in storage boxes in a Czech warehouse. Documents and artefacts from the abbey in Brno where Mendel, Augustinian friar and renowned pea-breeder, lived and worked, are being unearthed for the first time in over 100 years, announced science historians today.
Full story can be found in the BMN News, April 22, 2002
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