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Parkes Memorial Prize

Nature volume 139, pages 242243 (06 February 1937) | Download Citation



MAJOR E. F. W. MACKENZIE, R.A.M.C., has been awarded the Parkes Memorial Prize for 1936 for his investigations into the ammonia-chlorine process of water purification in the field, coupled with research carried out by him in connexion with food supplies in India. The Parkes Memorial Prize is awarded annually to the officer who is considered by the committee to have done most to promote the advancement of naval or military hygiene by professional work of outstanding merit, and is open to medical officers of the Royal Navy, the Army and the Indian Army, with the exception of the professors and assistant professors of the Royal Navy Medical College at Greenwich and the Royal Army Medical College during their term of office.

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