Canterbury Christ Church University

February 21, 2008

John Todd was a member of the team that pioneered the ion trap mass spectrometer, and is participating in the Rosetta space mission to analyse a comet, which is scheduled to arrive at its target in 2014. He was promoted to professor of mass spectroscopy at the University of Kent in 1991 and his research has been recognised through numerous awards. He has co-authored and edited over 100 scientific papers, books and journals on the subject.

John Gladstone, the Bishop of the Church of South India, has served many national and international Christian bodies; he was also president of the Senate of Serampore College (University), the only theological university in India.

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