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Beit Fellowships for Scientific Research

    Naturevolume 140page148 (1937) | Download Citation



    THE Trustees have awarded Beit fellowships for scientific research, tenable at the Imperial College of Science and Technology during the academic year 1937-38, as follows: extensions of fellowships already satisfactorily held for one year to Dr. N. Kemmer, for the continuation of his work on the theoretical studies in nuclear physics, under the direction of Prof. S. Chapman ; and to E. K. Woodford, for the continuation of his research hi plant physiology, the work to be done under the supervision of Prof. F. G. Gregory ; new fellowships tenable for one year, but renewable for a second, to D. W. Goodall, for research on the physiology of the tomato plant, under the direction of Prof. F. G. Gregory ; H. A. C. McKay, for an investigation of chemical problems by the radioactive indicator method, under the direction of Prof. J. C. Philip ; A. K. Powell, for research on the various strains of Heterodera Schachtii, under the direction of Prof. J. W. Munro. The Trustees have also awarded a special Beit research scholarship to Dr. A. G. Gaydon, for research in spectroscopy under the direction of Prof. G. P. Thomson.

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