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William Gowland

(1842—1922) metallurgist and archaeologist


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Gowland, William (1842-1922), metallurgist and archaeologist

GOWLAND, William (1911 - 1991), Founder Principal, Luton Industrial College, 1957–85, Emeritus Principal, 1985; President of the Methodist Conference, 1979–80

GOWLAND, William (1842 - 1922), Chevalier Imperial Order of the Rising Sun; Emeritus Professor of Metallurgy, Royal School of Mines, London; late Member of the Governing Body of the Imperial College of Science and Technology; a Governor of the School of Metalliferous Mining, Camborne; late Examiner in Metallurgy Board of Education and London University

HOPKINS, Frederick Gowland (1861 - 1947), Professor of Bio-chemistry, University of Cambridge, 1914, Sir William Dunn Professor, 1921–43; Fellow and late Prælector in Biochemistry, Trinity College; Hon. Fellow of Emmanuel College; an original Member of the MRC, retired 1930; Member of Agricultural Research Council; Chairman Animal Diseases Committee Economic Advisory Council; Member of several European Academies and learned societies; Vice-President, Chemical Society, 1921; Baly Medal, RCP, 1915; Croonian Lecturer, Royal Society, 1915; Dunham Lecturer, Harvard; Royal Medal, 1918; Copley Medal, 1926; Albert Medal, 1934; Harben Medal, 1937; (jtly) Nobel Prize for Medicine, 1929; Huxley Memorial Lecturer, 1920; Herter Lecturer New York and Baltimore, 1921; Cameron Prizeman University Edinburgh, 1922; late one of the Official Analysts to the Home Office; President, Royal Society, 1930–35; President, British Association, 1933; President, Cambridge Phil. Society, 1936–39

 
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