By Jan Mycielski, Pavel Pudlak, Alan S. Stern

ISBN-10: 0821824880

ISBN-13: 9780821824887

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Here an enormous discharge of ideas and opinions came out in spate, and, the old Delft habits still being strong, the guest was taken to task for his ignorance, the lecture being followed up by a brilliant exposition of the right answer as it should have been given. Then a walk through the woods of Gorssel, which might last for hours, and where BEIJERINCK also physically showed his indefatigability. This was followed 42 BEIJERINCK - THE MAN by animated talk over a dinner in the company of the two kind sisters, who acted as hostesses.

Thus, his assistants had no immediate reason to be on the look-out for betterpaid jobs, and several of them remained in office for relatively long periods. BEIJERINCK started his work in 1895 with only one assistant, A. H. VAN DELDEN, a young technologist who had taken his degree only shortly before. Although VAN DELDEN entirely lacked experience in microbiology, he soon developed into a very able bacteriologist. VAN DELDEN stayed with BEIJERINCK until 1904, when he accepted the post of bacteriologist of the Rotterdam Water Works, of which he later became an assistant director 1).

We have no space to mention the work of the other assistants who were for the most part temporary. The frequently impossible demands BEIJERINCK made on his assistants often caused somewhat strained relations between them and him. It was no light task to be his demonstrator. The junior might do his best, but was often grumbled at by the professor just before the lecture. At such moments BEIJERINCK was always more or less nervous, and often managed to set his demonstrator on edge as well. Sometimes the poor fellow was the target for a sneer during the lecture for some "carelessness" or other, and after the lecture, when the experiments for next time were discussed, his sins were some- THE ACADEMIC TEACHER 27 times brought up again!