Fellowships

July 4, 1997

The Royal Society

Fellows

Christopher Bate, reader in the department of zoology, University of Cambridge; John Brady, BP professor of information engineering in the University of Oxford; Michael Bulmer, former professor in the department of biological sciences, Rutgers University, New Jersey; John Burland, professor of soil mechanics at Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine; Richard Chambers, professor of organic chemistry in the University of Durham; Colin Clark, professor of mathematics, University of British Columbia, Canada; David Clary, professor of chemistry, University College London; Laurence Eaves, professor of physics, University of Nottingham; Richard Fortey, head of fossil anrthropods, Natural History Museum, London; Christopher Garner, professor of inorganic chemistry, University of Manchester.

Douglas Gough, professor of theoretical astrophysics, University of Cambridge; Edward Hinch, reader in fluid mechanics, University of Cambridge; James Jack, professor of cellular neuroscience, University of Oxford; Paul Jarvis, professor of forestry and natural resources, University of Edinburgh; Charles Kao, telecommunications engineering and immediate past vice chancellor of the Chinese University of Hong Kong

Eric Keverne, reader in behavioural neurosicence, director of the sub department of animal behaviour, University of Cambridge; Philip Kocienski, Regius professor of chemistry, University of Glasgow; Peter Kronheimer, professor of mathematics, Harvard University; Philippa Marrack, member in the department of medicine, National Jewish Medical Center, Colorado, and investigator at the Howard Hughes Medical Institute, Chevy Chase, USA; James Maxwell, professor of organic geochemistry, University of Bristol; Timothy Mitchison, professor in the department of pharmacology, University of California, San Francisco; Richard Morris, professor of neuroscience, University of Edinburgh; Christopher Perrins, professor of ornithology and director of the Edward Grey Institute of Field Ornithology, Oxford; George Pickett, professor of physics, University of Lancaster; George Poste, chief science and technology officer and chairman of research and development, SmithKline Beecham Pharmaceuticals Harlow, research professor, University of Pennsylvania; Kenneth Reid, director of the MRC Immunochemistry Unit, University of Oxford; Alan Rickinson, professor and head of cancer studies, University of Birmingham; Leo Sachs, Otto Meyerhof professor of biology, Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel; Giacinto Scoles, Donner professor of science, Princeton University; James Scott, professor of medicine, Royal Postgraduate Medical School, London; Wilson Sibbett, professor of natural philosophy and director of research, University of St Andrews; Bernard Silverman, professor of statistics, University of Bristol; Richard Sykes, chairman designate and chief executive of Glaxo Wellcome plc; Richard Taylor, professor in Stanford University's Linear Accelerator Centre; Neil Trudinger, dean of the school of mathematical sciences and professor of mathematics, Australian National University; Robin Weiss, professor of viral oncology, Institute of Cancer Research, London; Simon White, director of the Max Planck Institute for Astrophysics, Garching, Germany; Alan Windle, professor of materials science, University of Cambridge; Graham Wood, professor of corrosion science and engineering and pro vice chancellor, University of Manchester Institute of Science and Technology; Richard Wood, principal scientist at the Imperial Cancer Research Fund, South Mimms.

Foreign Members

Thomas Eisner, Jacob Gould Schurman professor ofchemical ecology, Cornell University; Walter Gehring, professor ofcell biology, University of Basel;Roy Glauber, Mallinckrodt professor of physics, Harvard University;Martin Kruskal, David Hilbert professor of mathematics, Rutgers University; George Olah, Donald B. and Katherine P. Loker distinguished professor of organic chemistry, University of Southern California; Stanley Prusiner, professor of neurology, biochemistry and biophysics, University of California School of Medicine, San Francisco.

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