Report on the papers of Professor Richard Whiddington, CBE, FRS (1885-1970) deposited in the University Library, Leeds.
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Published by Royal Commission on Historical Manuscripts in London .
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Other titlesReport on the papers of Professor Richard Whiddington ...
ContributionsGreat Britain. Royal Commission on Historical Manuscripts.
LC ClassificationsZ6611.S4 L44 1974, Q125 L44 1974
The Physical Object
Pagination6 leaves ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4284035M
LC Control Number78310523

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Professor Richard Whiddington (–), FRS (), CBE () was a fellow of St John's College, Cambridge –19, and assistant demonstrator, Cavendish Laboratory – After war service he became Cavendish professor of physics, University of Leeds –51; DSIR, Admiralty –42, deputy director of scientific research Author: James Jackson Walsh. Report on the papers of Professor Richard Whiddington, CBE, FRS () deposited in the University Library, Leeds by University of Leeds (Book); Oral history interview with Robert Wichard Pohl by Robert Wichard Pohl (). Mike is co-founder and CEO of Microbiotica, which is commercialising leading microbiome science from the Wellcome Sanger Institute. He has 30 years’ experience in the biotech and pharma, previously co-founding Crescendo Biologics which he led as CEO and CSO for six years, building a leading discovery platform and pipeline in antibody fragment-based therapeutics. Science+ meeting organised in partnership with the British Academy and Royal Academy of Engineering by Professor John Shepherd CBE FRS, Professor Corinne Le Quéré FRS, Professor Cameron Hepburn, Nick Winser CBE FREng and Professor Richard Parker CBE FREng. Download the workshop report.

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