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Nature volume 127, pages 456462 (21 March 1931) | Download Citation

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THE Council of the Royal Society has agreed to recommend for election as fellows of the Society the following seventeen candidates: Percy George Ham-nail Boswell, professor of geology in the Imperial College of Science and Technology; Alfred Joseph Clark, professor of pharmacology in the University of Edinburgh; Charles Davidson, assistant at the Royal Observatory, Greenwich; Reginald Ruggles Gates, professor of botany, King's College, London; Charles Stanley Gibson, professor of chemistry, Guy's Hospital Medical School; Hermann Glauert, Principal Scientific Officer, Royal Aircraft Establishment, Farn-borough; Charles Robert Harington, reader in pathological chemistry in the University of.London (University College Hospital Medical School); Isidor Morris Heilbron, professor of organic chemistry in the University of Liverpool; Sir Alexander Cruikshank Houston, Director of Water” Examinations to the Metropolitan Water Board; Lieut.-Col. Sydney Price James, I.M.S., adviser on tropical diseases to the Ministry of Health; Charles Frewen Jenkin, lately professor of engineering science in the University of Oxford; Stanley Wells Kemp, director of research, Discovery Expedition; Thomas Howell Laby, professor of natural philosophy, University of Melbourne; William Kingdon Spencer, palaeontologist; Edward Charles Titchmarsh, professor of pure mathematics in the University of Liverpool; Wilfred Trotter, surgeon to University College Hospital; Miles Walker, professor of electrical engineering, University of Manchester.

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