Election

April 12, 1996

THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF EDINBURGH Honorary Fellows Frederick Dainton, chancellor of Sheffield University, formerly Dr Lee's professor of chemistry, Oxford University (1970-73), vice chancellor of Nottingham University and chairman of the University Grants Committee (1973-78).

Francis Tombs, chairman of Old Mutual South Africa Trust and former chairman of Rolls-Royce (1985-92), chancellor of Strathclyde University.

Thomas Winning, archbishop of Glasgow.

Fellows

Colin Ballantyne, professor of physical geography, University of St Andrews; Stephen Barnett, senior lecturer in the department of physics and applied physics, University of Strathclyde; George Bennett, corporate vice president and general manager, Motorola Ltd; Sally Brown, professor of education, University of Stirling; Alexander Brownie, teaching and research fellow, department of biochemistry, University of Dundee and emeritus distinguished teaching professor at State University of New York; Victoria Bruce, professor of psychology, University of Stirling; Alan Bundy, professor of automated reasoning, department of artificial intelligence, University of Edinburgh;

Graeme Catto, professor, vice principal and dean of the faculty of medicine and medical sciences, University of Aberdeen; Ian Dalziel, professor and senior research scientist, Institute of Geophysics, University of Texas; Graeme Davies, principal and vice chancellor, University of Glasgow; John Dent, professor, Institute of Ecology and Resource Management, University of Edinburgh; Antony Duff, professor of philosophy, University of Stirling; Christopher Fay, chairman and chief executive, Shell UK Ltd; Ian Fells, professor of energy conversion, department of chemical and process engineering, University of Newcastle upon Tyne; Thomas Gifford, reader in the department of Scottish literature, University of Glasgow; Ian Graham-Bryce, principal and vice chancellor, University of Dundee; Peter Halling, professor of biocatalyst science, department of bioscience and biotechnology, University of Strathclyde; Anthony Harmar, honorary professor, University of Edinburgh, non-clinical scientist MRC brain metabolism unit, Royal Edinburgh Hospital;

Ronald Hay, professor of molecular biology, University of St Andrews; Felicity Huntingford, professor and head of division of environmental and evolutionary biology, University of Glasgow; James Hutchison, reader in biomedical physics, University of Aberdeen; Angus Lamond, professor of biochemistry, University of Dundee; Ellen Lane, professor of anatomy and cell biology, director of CRC cell structure laboratory, University of Dundee; Christina Lodder, professor of art history, University of St Andrews; Neil Mackie, international concert singer and head of vocal studies, Royal College of Music, London; David MacNicol, reader in the department of chemistry, University of Glasgow; Christopher Masters, chief executive, Christian Salvesen plc, Edinburgh; Thomas Maxwell, director of Macaulay Land Use Research Institute, Craigiebuckler, Aberdeen;

Denis McDevitt, dean of medicine and dentistry and professor of clinical pharmacology, University of Dundee; Andrew McGettrick, professor of computer science, University of Strathclyde; James McKee, professor of mathematics, University of Strathclyde; Sheila McLean, director, institute of law and ethics in medicine, University of Glasgow; James McMillan, professor of European history, University of Strathclyde; Alan Miller, professor of semiconductor physics, University of St Andrews; Stewart Miller, director of engineering and technology, Rolls-Royce plc; Christopher Morris, professor and head of department of archaeology, University of Glasgow; James Murray, emeritus professor, Heriot-Watt University and senior associate, Murray Technology Management Associates; Robert Odoni, professor of mathematics, University of Glasgow; Alan Paterson, professor of law, University of Strathclyde; Peter Pusey, professor of physics, University of Edinburgh; Lovat Rees, honorary fellow, department of chemistry, University of Edinburgh; John Richardson, professor of classics, dean of the faculty of arts and provost of the faculty group of arts, divinity and music, University of Edinburgh; Frederick Rimmer, emeritus professor of music, University of Glasgow; John Robinson, senior scientist in animal reproduction, Scottish Agricultural College, Aberdeen;

Michael Rugg, professor of psychology, University of St. Andrews; James Shepherd, professor of pathological biochemistry, University of Glasgow; David Sloan, professor of mathematics, University of Strathclyde; Alan Smith, professor of early modern history, University of Glasgow; Andrew Smith, senior research scientist, department of palaeontology, the Natural History Museum; Kenway Smith, professor, department of physics and astronomy, University of Glasgow; John Smyth, Imperial Cancer Research Fund chair of medical oncology, Western General Hospital, Edinburgh; William Stephens, senior lecturer in geology, University of St Andrews; Ian Sword, senior executive vice president, Societe Generale de Surveillance, Inveresk Research International Ltd, Tranent, East Lothian; Joseph Thomson, Regius professor of law, University of Glasgow; Colwyn Trevarthen, professor of child psychology and psychobiology, University of Edinburgh; John Tucker, professor of cell biology, school of biological and medical sciences, University of St Andrews; George Watson, professor and head of department of mathematics and computer science, University of Dundee; Crispin Wright, professor of logic and metaphysics, University of St Andrews; Stephen Yeaman, professor of molecular enzymology, department of biochemistry and genetics, University of Newcastle upon Tyne; Douglas Young, professor of chemistry, University of Sussex.

Noticeboard is compiled by Lynne Williams.

For further information see also NetGazette on http//thesis.newsint.co.uk.

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