In the news: Fellows of the Royal Society

May 17, 2002

The Royal Society this week announced the following fellows: Allan Bradley , director of the Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute, Cambridge; Robin Carrell , professor of haematology at the University of Cambridge; Michael Crawley , professor of plant ecology at Imperial College, London; Stuart Cull-Candy , professor of pharmacology at University College London; John Dainton , professor of physics at the University of Liverpool;

Roger Davis , investigator at the Howard Hughes Medical Institute, University of Massachusetts, US; Anne Dell , professor of carbohydrate biochemistry at Imperial; David Dolphin , professor of chemistry at the University of British Columbia, Canada; David Fowler , head of the Centre for Ecology and Hydrology, Edinburgh; Steve Furber , professor of computer engineering at the University of Manchester; Graham Goodwin , professor of electrical engineering at the University of Newcastle, Australia; Jean-Pierre Hansen , professor of chemistry at Cambridge; Nicholas Hastie , director of the Medical Research Council Human Genetics Unit, Edinburgh; Christopher Hawkesworth , professor of earth sciences at the University of Bristol; Judith Howard , professor of chemistry at the University of Durham; Philip Ingham , professor of developmental genetics at the University of Sheffield; David Ish-Horowicz , principal research scientist at Cancer Research UK; James Jackson , reader in the department of earth sciences at Cambridge; Bruce Kemp , deputy director of St Vincent's Institute of Medical Research, Fitzroy, Australia; John Kilmartin , scientific staff in the MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology, Cambridge; David Lilley , professor of molecular biology at the University of Dundee; Terence Lyons , Wallis professor of mathematics at the University of Oxford; John McCanny , professor of microelectronics at Queen's University Belfast; Georgina Mace , director of science at the Institute of Zoology, Zoological Society of London; Brian Moore , professor of auditory perception at Cambridge; David Parker , professor of chemistry at Durham; Martyn Poliakoff , professor of chemistry at the University of Nottingham; Eric Priest , Gregory professor of mathematics at the University of St Andrews; Terence Quinn , director of the Bureau International des Poids et Mesures, Sevres, France; Peter Ratcliffe , professor of renal medicine at Oxford; Mary Rees , reader in mathematics at Liverpool; Miles Reid , professor of mathematics at the University of Warwick; David Rhind , vice-chancellor of City University; Maurice Rice , professor of physics at Eidgenossische Technische Hochschule, Zurich, Switzerland; Roy Sambles , professor of experimental physics at the University of Exeter; Peter Sarnak , professor at the Courant Institute in New York; Anthony Sinclair , professor of zoology at the University of British Columbia, Canada; Andrew Smith , merit scientist, the Natural History Museum, London; Anthony Stace , professor of chemistry at the University of Sussex; Nicholas Strausfeld , professor of entomology, ecology and evolutionary biology at the University of Arizona at Tucson, US; Mark Welland , professor of nanotechnology at Cambridge; and Ian Wilmut , director of gene expression and development at the Roslin Institute, Midlothian.

It also elected the following foreign members: Claude Allègre , professor of earth sciences at the University of Paris, France and former French science minister; Per Andersen , professor of neurophysiology at the University of Oslo in Norway; Hubert Markl , president of the Max Planck Society, Germany; Alexander Pines , Glenn T. Seaborg chair of chemistry at the University of California, Berkeley, US; Peter Raven , director of the Missouri Botanical Garden, US; and Carl Wunsch , Cecil and Ida Green professor of physical oceanography at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, US.

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