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Royal Institution: Graduate Memberships

Nature volume 155, page 74 (20 January 1945) | Download Citation

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THE first three of the graduate memberships recently established by the Managers of the Royal Institution for recent graduates, of either sex, of any university in the British Empire who have obtained first- or second-class honours in any scientific subject, have just been awarded. The recipients are: Miss June M. Broomhead, who gained a major scholarship in 1941 and a research scholarship in 1944 at Newnham College, Cambridge, and was placed in Class II (1) in the Natural Sciences Tripos in physics, 1944; Mr. Robert B. Morrison, who took first-class honours in physics in the University of London, 1944, and is now University demonstrator at King's College; and Mr. Anthony P. Waterson, who took a first class in Part I of the Natural Sciences Tripos, Cambridge, 1943, and in Part II (biochemistry), in 1944. He is studying medicine at the London Hospital.

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