Royal Society tercentenary

Compiledfrom a special supplement of the Times, July, 1960.
  • 195 Pages
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The Times Pub. Co , London
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LC ClassificationsQ41.L85
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Open LibraryOL20074600M
LC Control Number62065938

The Royal Society Science Books Prize is an annual £25, prize awarded by the Royal Society to celebrate outstanding popular science books from around the world.

It is open to authors of science books written for a non-specialist audience, and since it was established in has championed writers such as Stephen Hawking, Jared Diamond, Royal Society tercentenary book Jay Gould and Bill Bryson.

Genre/Form: Essays: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Times (London, England). Royal Society tercentenary. London, Times Pub. Co., (OCoLC) the journal book recording the meet-ings begun in November and also two magnificent gifts from the King, a mace and the Charter or Signature Book in which King Charles II in-scribed his name, followed by the word founder.

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Tercentenary History of Canada The Tercentenary Celebrations of the Royal Society of London Hartley, Harold. Published by ROYAL SOCIETY () Used. and the copy can include previous owner inscriptions. An ex-library book and may have standard library stamps and/or stickers.

The dust jacket is missing. At ThriftBooks, our motto is. Twoof the Royal Society's greatest treasures-the silver gilt mace presented by Charles ll in and the Charter Book, prepared soon after the incorporation of the society in The Charter Book contains signatures ofmost the society's fellows, from the beginning to the present day.

The mace, symbol of authority, is still placed inAuthor: D. Martin. The Leverhulme Medal is awarded for an outstanding researcher in the field of chemical engineering and applied chemistry.

The award is supported by the Leverhulme Trust, established under the will of Victorian entrepreneur William Lever, and was first awarded in. The tercentenary of the Royal Society: The oldest learned society, through meetings, grants, and publications, encourages scientific inquiry [D.

C Martin] on *FREE* shipping on Author: D. C Royal Society tercentenary book. The Royal Society; or, Science in the state and in the schools. London, (xv, pp). * Six essays, historical and educational, based on Huggins's presidential ad-dresses, THE ROYAL SOCIETY () The record of the Royal Society of London for the Promotion of Natural Knowledge.

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Recently, a new book in the Royal Society library caught my eye. Ships, Clocks & Stars: The Quest for Longitude (also known as Finding Longitude) offers a thorough, yet fresh and engaging narrative of what was perhaps one of the greatest scientific and technical problems of all time.

We’ve previously featured a very eclectic list of things Robert Boyle wished to achieve through science. NEWTON TERCENTENARY CELEBRATIONS. At The Anniversary Meeting of the Royal Society, 30 November [Henry.

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On 7 February A. Hill, then the Royal Society's Biological Secretary, wrote to Keynes requesting insights on what would constitute an appropriate gift for the Society to send to the Soviet scientific community, in recognition of their celebrations of the Newton tercentenary.

18 The decision to reach out to Keynes was apparently an Cited by: 4. The Tercentenary Lectures were a series of lectures held during the th anniversary year of the Royal Society, London in List of lecturers. Name Lecture Notes C. Darlington: The chromosomes and the theory of heredity.

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The Picture Library website of the Royal Society. Bust of Robert Hooke, in classical style but made from cotton fabric with printed text and illustrations from Micrographia.

Robert Hooke () was a British natural philosopher, he was an original Fellow and Curator of experiments to the early Society.

The Royal Society: Category: History of science: Format: pamphlet: Condition: Collectible, Very Good: Other notes: Published by The Royal Society, Includes a program for the Tercentenary Celebrations held at the Royal Albert Hall, Teusday 19 July with a Formal Opening by Her Majesty The Queen, attended by The King and Queen of Rating: % positive.

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PRINTED IN GREAT BRITAIN. CONTENTS. Locke and the Frontiers of Common Sense page 1. Paper read before the Royal Society of Literature on the occasion of the Tercentenary of the birth of John Locke. With some Supplementary Notes.

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II.5/5(1). years, Greenwich, RHS, royal hospital school, suffolk, Tercentenary, the royal hospital school The Royal Hospital School is launching a beautifully illustrated hardback book celebrating years of history on 11 December The book is Volume III in the Charles Babbage Institute Reprint Series and was first published by G.

Bell and Sons, Ltd., and the Royal Society of Edinburgh. It describes exhibits of all types of calculating machines, as well as mathematical literature, logarithmic tables, and objects of historical connection with John Napier, the man who.

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The Linnean Society of London has awarded Edward O. Wilson, Pelegrino University Research Professor, Emeritus, one of three specially-commissioned Tercentenary Medals to honor his outstanding contribution to the world’s understanding of natural history and the The Princess Royal presented the award Wilson and to Sir David Attenborough, and Steve Jones, the.

Journal of the Royal Statistical Society: Series A (Statistics in Society) Article. John Graunt: A Tercentenary Tribute. Ian Sutherland. Statistical Research Unit, Medical Research Council, London association, the first studies of time series, and a pioneer attempt to draw a representative sample.

Graunt's book is well worth reading Cited by: The tercentenary celebrations of the Royal Society of London (Royal Society, ). Hemmen, George, ‘ Royal Society expeditions in the second half of the twentieth century ’, Notes and records of the Royal Society of London, 64 (), S89 – Cited by: 1.

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For as many of. The tercentenary celebrations of the Royal Society held last July have great significance in this modern era of startling scientific developments, and to the discerning eye can justly be regarded as a timely prelude to the four hundredth anniversary in January,of the birth of the Father of Experimental Science, and the greatest.

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The Royal Society [The Grand Lodge of British Columbia & Yukon's site - Excerpt - Linked Above].The Reverend Thomas Bayes, FRS: A Biography to Celebrate the Tercentenary of His Birth D. R. Bellhouse Abstract. Thomas Bayes, from whom Bayes theorem takes its name, was Royal Society.

They also provide evidence that Bayes was part of a network sue was the use of the Book of Common Prayer that Thomas Cranmer, Archbishop of Canterbury, com.Royal Society of Canada: Minutes of a special meeting of the Royal Society of Canada, held in the Convocation Hall of Laval University at Quebec, on the twenty-second of July, [electronic resource]: in connection with the tercentenary celebration of the founding of .