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Research Laboratories, Industrial

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Research Laboratories, Industrial.

Tensions within an Industrial Research Laboratory: The Philips Laboratory's X‐Ray Department between the Wars

The long and winding road from the research laboratory to industrial applications of lactic acid bacteria

HENDERSON, Frank Young (1894 - 1966), Director, Forest Products Research Laboratory, Department of Scientific and Industrial Research, 1945–60

GANDHI, Nagardas P. (1886 - 1960), consulting mining engineer and metallurgist, Bombay; Director, Industrial Research Laboratory, Devlali, since 1947

HURST, Edward Weston (1900 - 1980), retired 1969; formerly Consultant Pathologist to Industrial Hygiene Research Laboratories, Imperial Chemical Industries Ltd, Macclesfield

Science in India: performance of Council of Scientific and Industrial Research laboratories based on the productivity profile of scientists

PRATT, David Doig (1894 - 1962), retired as Director of the National Chemical Laboratory (Department of Scientific and Industrial Research), Teddington (1951–59)

SOPWITH, Douglas George (1906 - 1970), Director, 1951–66, Special Adviser, 1967–68, National Engineering Laboratory (formerly Mechanical Engineering Research Laboratory), Ministry of Technology (formerly Department of Scientific and Industrial Research); Vis. Prof. of Mechanical Engineering, Univ. of Strathclyde

MITRA, Ashesh Prosad (1927 - 2007), Hon. Scientist of Eminence, National Physical Laboratory, New Delhi, since 1997; Bhatnagar Fellow, Council of Scientific and Industrial Research, 1991–96

Rutherford, Ernest (1871 - 1937), Cavendish Professor of Experimental Physics and Director of Cavendish Laboratory, University of Cambridge, since 1919; Director of Royal Society Mond Laboratory, Cambridge, since 1936; Professor of Natural Philosophy, Royal Institution; Chairman of Advisory Council of Department of Scientific and Industrial Research since 1930

BRAGG, William (Henry) (1862 - 1942), President of the Royal Society, 1935–40; Hon. Fellow, Trinity College, Cambridge; Director of the Royal Institution of Great Britain; Fullerian Professor of Chemistry, Royal Institution, and Director of Davy-Faraday Research Laboratory, since 1923; Member of Advisory Council for Scientific and Industrial Research since 1937

FARMER, John Bretland (1865 - 1944), Professor Emeritus of Botany and formerly Director of the Biological Laboratories, Imperial College of Science and Technology, London; formerly Member of Advisory Council to Committee of the Privy Council for Scientific and Industrial Research and of Agricultural Research Council; Member, Royal Commission for the 1851 Exhibition, etc.; has served as a Member of various Departmental and Inter-Departmental Committees; Hon. Member, Botanical Society Edin., Essex Field Club, and R. Microscopical Society, London

MORGAN, Gilbert Thomas (1870 - 1940), Chairman Research Fund Committee, Institute of Brewing; formerly Mason Professor of Chemistry, University of Birmingham; formerly Professor of Applied Chemistry, Technical College, Finsbury; formerly Professor in the Faculty of Applied Chemistry, Royal College of Science for Ireland; formerly Assistant Professor in Chemistry, Royal College of Science, London; Director Chemical Research Laboratory, Teddington, Department of Scientific and Industrial Research, 1925–38; formerly President and Secretary of the Chemical Society; past President and Gold Medallist, Society of Chemical Industry; Corresponding Member of the Royal Dublin Society; Fellow of City and Guilds of London Institute; Hon. Associate, Manchester College of Technology

PURVES, Thomas Fortune (1871 - 1950), President, Institution of Electrical Engineers, 1929–30 (elected Hon. Member, 1948); President, Institution of Post Office Electrical Engineers, 1922–33; Chairman, Engineering Joint Council, 1930–31; President, Burns Club of London, 1931–32; President, Border Counties Association of London, 1933–46; Member of General Board, National Physical Laboratory, 1929–37, Assessor to Advisory Council, Department of Scientific and Industrial Research, 1920–33; Hon. Member, Electro-technische Verein, 1930–39; Member of General Council and of Engineering Divisional Council, British Standards Institution, 1934–42; Member, Board of Managers, Royal Institution, 1935–39; Member, Grand Council of Federation of British Industries, 1942–48; Member of Council, British Electrical Industries Research Association, 1937–48

KRISHNAN, Kariamanikkam Srinivasa (1898 - 1961), Hon. Fell., Instn. Telecom. Engineers, 1955; Hon. Mem. Indian Inst. Metals, 1957; Hon. Mem. Operational Research Club, 1957; Meml Council of Honour, Soc. for Visiting Scientists, 1960; Director National Physica. Laboratory of India, since 1947; National Professor since 1958; Hon. Visiting Prof., Delhi Univ., since 1958; Hon. Prof., Ind. Assoc. Cultivation of Science, since 1958; Pres. Nat. Institute of Sciences of India, 1953–54; Pres. Nat. Acad. of Sciences, India, 1945–46; Founder Pres. Bharathi Tamil Sangam; Pres. Delhi Tamil Sangam; Vice-Pres. Indian Acad. of Sciences, 1939–47; Vice-Pres. Indian Assoc. for the Cultivation of Science, 1945–49 and 1953–56; Vice-Pres. Indian Standards Institution, 1953–55; Pres. Physics Section Indian Science Congress, 1939–40; General Pres. Indian Science Congress, 1948–49; Chm., Bd of Res. in Nuclear Science since 1955; Mem. Indian Atomic Energy Commn since 1948; Mem. Scientific Advisory Cttee, to Cabinet, since 1956; First President Indian Society of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics, 1955–57; Pres. Inst. Metals, India, 1957 and 1958; Chm. Radio Research Cttee since 1950; Mem. Gov. Body CSIR, since 1956; Mem. Board of Scientific and Industrial Research, since 1942; Bd of Engineering Research, since 1953; Mem. Central Adv. Bd Educn, 1956–; Mem. Standing Bd Astronomy, 1956–; Vice-Pres., Internat. Council of Scientific Unions since 1955, and of Internat. Union of Pure and Applied Physics, 1951–57; Mem. Exec. Cttee Internat. Union Crystallography, 1951–54; Mem. Internat. Commission of Weights and Measures, 1958–; Chm. Scientific Advisory Cttee, Unesco, 1955; Chm. Unesco Ed Cttee, Modern Research Trends in Natural Sciences, 1960; Mem. Universities Grants Commission, 1957–; Chairman Indian National Cttee, Internat. Geophys. Year since 1955; Mem. Central Council Sanskrit Education, 1958–; Chm. Sci. Sub-Cttee for Cooperation with Unesco; India’s Representative Pan-Indian Ocean Sci. Assoc., 1957–; Life Mem. Senate Roorkee Univ., 1951–

 

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