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June 3, 2005

2005 fellowships: James Barber , professor of biochemistry, Imperial College London; Martin Barlow , professor of maths, University of British Columbia; Laurence Barron , Gardiner professor of chemistry, Glasgow University; Andrew Blake , professor and senior research scientist, Microsoft Research, Cambridge University; Harry Bryden , professor of physical oceanography, Southampton University; Stephen Busby , professor of biochemistry, Birmingham University; Luca Cardelli , assistant director, Microsoft Research, Cambridge; Deborah Charlesworth , professorial research fellow, Edinburgh University; John Collinge , professor of neurology, University College London; Paul Corkum , physicist, National Research Council of Canada; John Croxall , head of conservation biology, British Antarctic Survey; Tom Curran , chairman, developmental neurobiology department, St Jude Children's Hospital, Memphis; John Diffley , principal scientist, Cancer Research K London; Julian Downward , principal scientist, Cancer Research UK, Signal Transduction Laboratory; Ronald Ekers , astronomer, CSIRO Australia Telescope National Facility; Philip Evans, scientific staff member, Medical Research Council Laboratory of Molecular Biology, Cambridge; Robert Evans , professor of physics, Bristol University; Alastair Fitter , professor of ecology, York University; Uta Frith (see above); David Gadsby , professor/ head, Laboratory of Cardiac and Membrane Physiology, Rockefeller University, NY; Douglas Higgs , director, MRC molecular haematology unit, Institute of Molecular Medicine, Oxford University; Brian Kennett , professor of seismology, Research School of Earth Sciences, Australian National University; David Masser , professor of maths, Universitat Basel; Thomas Masters, professor, Institute of Geophysics and Planetary Physics, Univer- sity of California, San Diego; Thomas McKillop , chief exec, AstraZeneca plc; Goverdhan Mehta, director, Indian Institute of Science; Roger Miller , John B. Carroll professor of chemistry, University of North Carolina; Michael Morgan , visual psychophysics professor, City University London; Ian Paterson , organic chemistry professor, Cambridge; John Pearson , scientific consultant, Schlumberger Cambridge Research; Philip Power , professor of chemistry, University of California, Davis; Nicholas Proudfoot , professor of molecular biology, Sir William Dunn School of Pathology, Oxford; Trevor Robbins , professor of cognitive neuroscience, Cambridge; Douglas Ross , professor of physics, Southampton; Philip Russell , professor of physics, Bath University; Peter Sadler , Crum Brown professor of chemistry, Edinburgh; Christopher Snowden , vice chancellor, Surrey University; David Spiegelhalter , senior scientist, MRC Biostatistics Unit, Institute of Public Health, Cambridge; Robert Daniel St Johnston , Wellcome Trust principal research fellow, Gurdon Institute, Cambridge; Lloyd Trefethen , professor of numerical analysis, Oxford; Richard Ward , professor of maths, Durham; Colin Watts , professor of immunobiology, Dundee University; John White , chair, Laboratory of Mole-cular Biology, Wisconsin University; Ernest Wright , pro- fessor in medicine, David Geffin School of Medicine, UCLA.

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