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Lu Gwei-Djen (Chinese: 鲁桂珍; pinyin: Lǔ Guìzhēn; Wade-Giles: Lu Kuichen) (1904－1991) was an expert on the History of science and technology in China, doctor of nutriology. She is an important researcher and co-author of the project Science and Civilisation in China series (SCC, also known as History of Science in China in Asia) led by Joseph Needham. She is well known as Needham's long-time assistant, co-author, Chinese language teacher and his second wife.
Additional recommended knowledge
Wang Guozhong (1999). "Lu Guizhen and Joseph Needham". Guiyang: Guizhou People's Press. ISBN 7-221-04546-1. p. 1-29, 231-236.
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