Group of 77

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Group of 77

Group of 77

Group of 77

Group of 77

Group of 77

Group of 77 (G77)

Prognostic Significance of X-ray Cross-complementing Group 1 T-77C Polymorphism in Resected Non-small Cell Lung Cancer

Reilly, Paul (1912 - 1990), Director: Conran Design Group; The Building Trades Exhibition Ltd; Director, Design Council (formerly Council of Industrial Design), 1960–77

BURNS, William (1909 - 2004), Emeritus Professor of Physiology, University of London; Professor of Physiology, Charing Cross Hospital Medical School, 1947–77; Hon. Consultant Otologist, Charing Cross Group of Hospitals

Allen, Douglas Albert Vivian (1917 - 2011), Chairman, Guinness Peat Group, 1983–87; Head of the Home Civil Service and Permanent Secretary, Civil Service Department, 1974–77

FORREST, James (Alexander) (1905 - 1990), Chairman: Chase NBA Group Ltd, 1969–80; Alcoa of Australia Ltd, 1970–78; Director, National Bank of Australasia Ltd, 1950–78 (Chairman, 1959–78); Director, Australian Consolidated Industries Ltd, 1950–77 (Chairman, 1953–77)

Watkinson, Harold Arthur (1910 - 1995), PC 1955; President, Confederation of British Industry, 1976–77; Chairman of Cadbury Schweppes Ltd, 1969–74 (Group Managing Director, Schweppes Ltd, 1963–68); Director: British Insulated Callender’s Cables, 1968–77; Midland Bank Ltd, 1970–83

PENLEY, William Henry (born 1917), Controller, R&D Establishments, and Research, Ministry of Defence, and Professional Head of Science Group of the Civil Service, 1976–77; engineering consultant, 1985–2000

JENKINS, Ivor (1913 - 2003), freelance consultant, since 1979; Group Director of Research, Delta Metal Co. Ltd, 1973–78; Managing Director, 1973–77, Deputy Chairman, 1977–78, Delta Materials Research Ltd

DOBBS, Richard Heyworth (1905 - 1980), retired; Consulting Pædiatrician: London Hospital, 1946–71; Queen Elizabeth Hospital for Children, 1939–71; Southend Hospital Group, 1946–71; Professor of Paediatrics, Ahmadu Bello University, Nigeria, 1972–77

EASTICK, Thomas (Charles) (1900 - 1988), Chairman, Standing Committee, ‘Call to the People of Australia’, 1951–54; President, El Alamein Group (SA), 1946–60; Chairman of Trustees, Poppy Day Fund (Inc.), 1950–77; President of Australia Day Council, S Australian Branch (Federal), 1962–65 and 1976–78; Chairman of Trustees, Services Cemeteries Trust; Deputy Chairman, World War II Fund

Roll, Eric (1907 - 2005), Director of the Bank of England, 1968–77; Joint Chairman, S. G. Warburg & Co. Ltd, 1983–87 (Chairman, 1974–83; Deputy Chairman, 1967–74); President, S. G. Warburg Group Plc, 1987–95; Senior Adviser, UBS Ltd (formerly SBC Warburg, then Warburg Dillon Read, then UBS Warburg), since 1995

HOUNSFIELD, Godfrey (Newbold) (1919 - 2004), Consultant to Laboratories, Central Research Laboratories of EMI Group (formerly Thorn EMI Central Research Laboratories), Hayes, Middx, since 1986 (Head of Medical Systems section, 1972–76; Chief Staff Scientist, 1976–77, Senior Staff Scientist, 1977–85); Consultant (part-time), National Heart & Chest Hospitals, Chelsea, since 1986


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A group of developing countries that negotiate collectively on some international economic issues and political concerns about climate change and development, which was founded in 1964 under the auspices of the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD), with 77 initial members. The group now has 130 members.

Subjects: Environmental Science.

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