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International Council For Science


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International Council For Science (ICSU)

Council for International Organizations of Medical Sciences

Council for International Organizations of Medical Sciences

Ethics in research: basic principles, Declaration of Helsinki, and Council for International Organizations of Medical Sciences

BERKHOUT, Frans (born 1961), Professor of Environment, Society and Climate, King’s College London, since 2013; Interim Director, Future Earth Programme, International Council for Science, Paris, since 2013

The Sea Knows No Boundaries: A Century of Marine Science Under ICES. By Helen M. Rozwadowski. Copenhagen: International Council for the Exploration of the Sea in association with University of Washington Press, 2002. ix + 410 pp. Illustrations, notes, bibliography, index. Cloth $50.00

PHILIPPS, Tracy (1890 - 1959), late The Rifle Brigade; Secretary-General of International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources (World HQ, Institut Royal des Sciences Naturelles, Brussels); Vice-President, the Hakluyt Soc., 1947–51, and 1952–58; Council, Church of England Council on For. Relations; (Brit. Mem.) Internat. Commission of Belgian Research Institute of African National Parks

GILL, (Evelyn) Margaret (born 1951), Professor of Integrated Land Use, University of Aberdeen, since 2006, on secondment (part-time) as Senior Research Fellow, Department for International Development, since 2009, and to World Bank as Chair, Independent Science and Partnership Council, Consultative Group on International Agricultural Research, since 2014 (Member, 2011–14)

WARREN, William Henry (1852 - 1926), Member of Council of International Society for Testing Materials; Challis Professor of Engineering since 1883, and Dean of Faculty of Science since 1908, Dean of the Faculty of Engineering and President of the Professorial Board since 1919, University of Sydney

COPEMAN, Sydney Arthur Monckton (1862 - 1947), Medical Officer, retired, Ministry of Health; ex-Member LCC (Hampstead); formerly Member Hampstead Borough Council (late Chairman Public Health and other Committees); late Senior Medical Inspector HM Local Government Board; Vice-President (late President), Epidemiological Section, Royal Society of Medicine; late Member of Council, Royal College of Physicians, London, and Zoological Society; Member of Faculty of Medicine, and Chairman of Board of Studies in Hygiene, University of London; Emeritus Lecturer on Public Health, Westminster Hospital; Knight of Grace, Order of St John of Jerusalem and Member of Chapter-General of the Order; Lt-Col in charge of Hygiene Department, Royal Army Medical College, 1916–17; late Divisional Sanitary Officer, 2nd London Division, Territorial Force; TD; Chadwick Lecturer in Hygiene, 1914; late Examiner in Public Health and in Forensic Medicine and Toxicology, University of Bristol; Examiner in Public Health, Royal College of Physicians; Examiner in Hygiene and Public Health, University of Leeds; in State Medicine, University of London, and in Public Health, Royal College of Surgeons, England; Milroy Lecturer, 1898, Royal College of Physicians, London; Research Scholar and Special Commissioner, British Medical Association; Government Delegate to Germany, France, Austria, Switzerland, Belgium, and USA in connection with investigations undertaken for Home Office, Board of Trade, Local Government Board, and Ministry of Health; Member of various Departmental Committees; Member of Livery, Apothecaries Company and Freeman of City of London; Joint Founder (1891) of Medical Research Club; Buchanan Gold Medallist, Royal Society of London, 1902; Cameron Prizeman, University of Edinburgh, 1899; Fothergillian Gold Medallist, Medical Society of London, 1899; Jenner Medallist, Royal Society of Medicine, 1925; invented Glycerinated Lymph, officially adopted, 1898, and now in general use in this and other countries for anti-smallpox vaccination; Gold Medallist, International Faculty of Sciences, 1938; Hon. Fellow Hunterian Society, 1938; joint patron of living of Hadleigh, Essex

 

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A non‐governmental organization that was founded in 1932 to bring together scientists in international scientific endeavours in order to help members address major international, interdisciplinary issues.

Subjects: Environmental Science.


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