On 25 July 1996 findings from this conference were presented at a symposium for the Study of Modern Archives at the Bentley Historical Library of the University of Michigan.
A Report on the Richter Conference in JAMA
In December 1996, the Journal of the American Medical Association published an article by Lynne Lamberg reporting on the Ricther Cyberconference:
"Cyberconference helps archivists manage trove of scientific papers", L. Lamberg JAMA. 1996; 276: 1935-1937.
For Additional Reading on Curt Richter and the Psychobiology Laboratory
In 2005 the Johns Hopkins University Press published a new authoritative study on Curt Richter and his laboratory. The JHU press writes, "For this book, Jay Schulkin mined six decades of Richter's archived research data, personal documents, and interviews to flesh out an engaging portrait of a "laboratory artisan" in the context of his work."
Curt Richter: A Life in the Laboratory. Jay Schulkin. Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, 2005. 208 pp., illus. (ISBN 0801880734).
The Johns Hopkins Magazine published an article by Lynne Lamberg in 1997 entitled, "Preserving the Life of a Lab". It notes, "Curt Richter, the man known as the "father of the biological clock," worked for nearly 60 years at Hopkins. The vast hoard of data he left behind is an archivist's dream--and nightmare."
Lamberg, Lynne. "Preserving the Life of a Lab", Johns Hopkins Magazine. November 1997:34-35
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