Mr. R. G. Lunnon

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    ROBERT G. LUNNON, who died on Jan. 25 at the age of forty years, was widely known both for his scientific and for his humanitarian work. He was educated at Tottenham County School and University College, London, where he held the Neil Arnott Scholarship of the University of London, and after graduating was appointed to a lectureship in the department of applied mathematics. During the War he served in France with the Red Cross and later was engaged in relief work for refugees in Holland.

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    Mr. R. G. Lunnon. Nature 127, 207 (1931). https://doi.org/10.1038/127207a0

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