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Prof. J. G. Gray

Naturevolume 134page802 (1934) | Download Citation

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ENGINEERS and naval architects, and medical men and women, scattered over the world, who were students at the University of Glasgow at any time in the past thirty years, will find it difficult to realise that the energetic, youthful and cheery personality of Prof. James Gordon Gray is gone from the classrooms and laboratories in which his inspira tion and enthusiasm for modern applied science were available in such abundance. He lectured to two classes on November 5, and collapsed suddenly, at home, on the next afternoon.

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