*  William Henry Barlow - Wikipedia
Barlow was a Fellow of the Royal Society of Edinburgh, a member of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers and the Society of ... He also produced a report for the Turkish government on lighthouses in the Bosphorus, which led to his first two scientific ... For his services to the Turkish government he was awarded the Order of Nishan Iftikhar (Order of Glory). Barlow returned to ... Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Royal Society. XXII. Retrieved 29 July 2011. Bramwell, Frederick (1884). "The ...
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*  George Buist (journalist) - Wikipedia
He contributed scientific papers to the Journal of the Bombay branch of the Asiatic Society, and before leaving Scotland had ... In 1837 Buist was awarded a prize by the Highland Society of Scotland for a paper Geology of the South-eastern portion of ... and over the period 1845-6 became a Fellow of the Royal Society, and was admitted to six other learned societies. In January ... Royal Society database, Buist; George (1805 - 1860) George Buist; Charles William Montriou (1851). Some observations on the ' ...
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*  Wollaston Medal - Wikipedia
The Wollaston Medal is a scientific award for geology, the highest award granted by the Geological Society of London. The medal ... medals and awards List of prizes named after people Geology of Great Britain "The Geological Society of London". The Times ( ... Geological Society 1831 William 'Strata' Smith 1835 Gideon Mantell 1836 Louis Agassiz 1837 Proby Thomas Cautley 1837 Hugh ... is named after William Hyde Wollaston, and was first awarded in 1831. It was originally made of gold (1831-1845), then ...
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*  John Jeremiah Bigsby - Wikipedia
In 1869 he was elected a fellow of the Royal Society, and in 1874 he was awarded the Murchison Medal by the council of the ... He contributed about twenty seven papers to various scientific societies in London. He published Thesaurus Devonico- ... In 1877 he founded the Bigsby Medal to be awarded by the Geological Society of London, with the stipulation that the receiver ... He was a member of the American Philosophical Society. Before moving to London, he was Alderman and Mayor of Newark-upon-Trent ...
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*  Increase A. Lapham - Wikipedia
Increase A. Lapham Award, Society Awards and Grants Archived April 3, 2010, at the Wayback Machine., Wisconsin Archeological ... He displayed a talent for scientific observation early on while working on the canals and their locks himself, producing ... The Wisconsin Archeological Society awards the Lapham Research Medal, first doing so in 1926. The U.S. Navy named a ship SS ... Proceedings of the State Historical Society of Wisconsin at its Fifty-Second Annual Meeting, State Historical Society of ...
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*  Klaas Sybrandi - Wikipedia
Teylers Second or Scientific society) and he became main editor of Konst- en Letterbode until 1853 (following the sudden death ... In 1841 his work Verhandeling over Vondel en Shakespear als Treurspeldichters was awarded a gold medal by Teylers Tweede ... He was also a member of the Maatschappij van Nederlandsche Letterkunde (Society of Dutch Literature) in Leiden. Sybrandi ... Teylers First or Theological Society), and after the death of his father in 1858 he would succeed him as director at the ...
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*  Henry Lawson (astronomer) - Wikipedia
Lawson became a member of the Royal Astronomical Society in 1833, of the Royal Society in 1840, and of the British ... Subsequently he did not go into in business, but concentrated on scientific study. Living in Hereford after his marriage, he ... and awarded him a prize for a new thermometer-stand, described before the British Association in 1845. He made communications ... The Society of Arts, of which he was a member, voted Lawson a silver medal for the invention of an observing-chair called " ...
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*  Erasmus Ommanney - Wikipedia
The expedition returned to England in October 1851, in which year he was awarded the Arctic Medal for his scientific researches ... In 1845 Ommanney was elected a Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society, and on 4 June 1848 he was elected a Fellow of the ... He was promoted to admiral on the retired list on 1 August 1877, in which year he was knighted for his scientific work in the ... He attended meetings of the Royal Geographical Society and the Royal United Service Institution, and for many years he was a ...
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*  Medicine and Surgery - Dictionary definition of Medicine and Surgery | Encyclopedia.com: FREE online dictionary
Challenges and reforms. The growth of scientific and medical societies in Europe in the eighteenth century had established that ... Juries awarded oppressive damages on the assumption that all fractures could be healed perfectly. Another area of confusion was ... The medical society pressed the state to bring charges against John Thomson for practicing without a license and so being ... The physician's increasingly scientific knowledge meant that doctor and patient no longer had a shared understanding of the ...
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*  42nd Regiment of Foot - Wikipedia
Sir K.S.Mackenzie, "General Wade & his Roads", paper before the Inverness Scientific Society,13 April 1897 Simpson 1996, pp. ... awarded to successor regiment, 1909) Busaco, (awarded to successor regiment, 1910) North America 1763-64, (awarded to successor ... James Abercrombie Duncan Cameron John Small John Grant Battle honours awarded to the regiment were: Egypt Peninsular War: ... American Historical Society, Incorporated, New York, 1922. "They waited on the commander of the fort, Captain William Murray, ...
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*  Luigi Calori - Wikipedia
... and president of the Medical Surgery Society of Bologna in 1856 and 1888. Calori produced a great volume of scientific work. He ... He was also awarded the honors of Knight and Commander of the Order of the Crown of Italy, Knight of the Order of Guadalupe in ... London Anthropological Society (1875). "Of the Races which have stocked the ancient Necropolis at the Certosa of Bologna". ... London Anthropological Society 1875, p. 104. Sources' Davis, J.Barnard (1872). "Notice of some recent anatomical writings ...
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*  William Henry Smyth - Wikipedia
He was awarded the Royal Geographic Society's Founder's Medal in 1854 for his survey work in the Mediterranean. In 1825 Smyth ... and was honorary or corresponding member of at least three-fourths of the literary and scientific societies of Europe. as well ... In 1821 he became a fellow of the Society of Antiquaries of London and of the Royal Astronomical Society (RAS). On 15 June 1826 ... The history of the Society, Part 1: 1836-1874, describes the founding of the Society including the role of Admiral Smyth: :The ...
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*  Robert Mallet facts, information, pictures | Encyclopedia.com articles about Robert Mallet
A list of eighty-five (incorrectly numbered ninety-one) papers by Mallet is in Royal Society Catalogue of Scientific papers, IV ... Mallet also received an honorary doctor of laws degree from Trinity College and was awarded numerous scientific medals. ... Proceedings of the Royal Society, 33 (1882), 19-20; and Quarterly Journal of the Geological Society of London, 38 (1882), 54-56 ... and the Royal Geological Society of Ireland (1847, president). He became a fellow of the Royal Society of London in 1854 and ...
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*  Royal Entomological Society - Wikipedia
As is customary, the RES gives various awards. These include: RES Goodman Award Marsh Award for Insect Conservation Alfred ... The society publishes seven scientific journals: Agricultural and Forest Entomology Ecological Entomology Insect Conservation ... The society was founded in 1833 as the Entomological Society of London. It had many antecedents beginning as the Society of ... Fellows of the Royal Entomological Society (of London) Royal Entomological Society Handbooks "About the Society - our aims". ...
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*  William Galloway (mining engineer) - Wikipedia
... becoming Sir William Galloway Galloway was awarded the Shaw Gold Medal by the Royal Society of Arts, a Medal by the Institution ... Mining Accidents and their prevention' The Scientific Publishing Co. 1889 Beard James Thom. 'Mine Gases and Explosions': text ... Galloway was awarded an honorary degree, D.Sc from the University College of Wales. He was knighted in the New Year's Honours ... He wrote papers on his findings and presented them to the Institute of Mining, the Royal Society, the Athenaeum Club, London ...
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*  University of Huddersfield - Wikipedia
"2013 Winners :: THE Awards 2013". Retrieved 15 July 2015. [permanent dead link] "Awards history". Retrieved 31 July 2015. Hirst ... In 1857 the Society of Arts held its first examinations outside London at Huddersfield. A merger took place with the town's ... In 1825 there was an attempt to set up a Scientific and Mechanics Institution in the town. Supported by a group of donors, its ... Accepting the award, Prof Cryan said: ""It is a tribute to all the staff who have worked so hard to get us where we are today. ...
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*  John Addison Porter - Wikipedia
He is the namesake of the John Addison Porter Prize and was a founder of the Scroll and Key senior society of Yale University. ... He left in 1852 to take the place of the retiring Professor John Pitkin Norton at Sheffield Scientific School (then Yale ... is a prize at Yale University awarded annually to the best work of scholarship in any field "where it is possible, through ... founded the senior or secret society Scroll and Key and incorporated the Kingsley Trust Association in 1841. He and moved to ...
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*  Henry Clark Barlow - Wikipedia
He was at the time a fellow or member of many learned societies in England, Italy and Germany. In 1851 Barlow was in England, ... After a time he moved to Paris, where he worked on medical and scientific studies, but also on art criticism. From Paris in ... was placed thirteenth amongst the candidates for the Burnet Theological Prize awarded at Aberdeen in 1854. Barlow left by will ... These papers, with a third, on the 'Art History of the Tree of Life,' originally read, 11 May 1859, before the Royal Society of ...
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*  Frederick Woodward Branson - Wikipedia
He took a very active interest in Leeds Scientific Societies, being a member for over 50 years of the Leeds Philosophical and ... He was given the honorary award of Freeman of the City of London 1908. Frederick Woodward Branson was born on 6 March 1851 at ... Dreweryhouse (Leeds Geological Society), terminated probably the most interesting demonstration ever given before the society ... In Proceedings of the Yorkshire Geological and Polytechnic Society (Vol. 19, No. 4, pp. 324-326). Geological Society of London ...
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*  Carl Hugo Hahn - Wikipedia
South-West Africa's history until Maharero's death 1890] (in German) (7th ed.). Windhoek: Namibia Scientific Society. ISBN 0- ... During his visit to Germany in 1873/74, University of Leipzig awarded a Doctor degree honoris causa to Hahn for his research on ... Hahn is known for his scientific work on the Herero language. Hahn was born into a bourgeois family on 18 October 1818 in Aahof ... In 1870 Hahn brokered a ten-year peace deal between Nama and Herero and convinced the Finnish Missionary Society to take over ...
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*  James Joseph Sylvester - Wikipedia
In 1880, the Royal Society of London awarded Sylvester the Copley Medal, its highest award for scientific achievement; in 1901 ... In 1841, he was awarded a BA and an MA by Trinity College, Dublin. In the same year he moved to the United States to become a ... In 1838 Sylvester became professor of natural philosophy at University College London and in 1839 a Fellow of the Royal Society ... Notes and Records of the Royal Society of London, 55 (2): 253-265, doi:10.1098/rsnr.2001.0142, MR 1840760 . Macfarlane, ...
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*  Alexander Keith Johnston (1804-1871) - Wikipedia
In 1862 he was a founding member of the Meteorological Society of Scotland. He was awarded an honorary doctorate (LLD) in 1865 ... His services were recognised by the leading scientific societies of Europe and America. In October 1849, he was elected a ... A variety of other atlases and maps for educational or scientific purposes. In 1856 Johnston published the "School Atlas of ... The Royal Society of Edinburgh. July 2006. ISBN 0 902 198 84 X. Edinburgh and Leith Post Office Directory 1870-71 Charles W. J ...
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*  William Benjamin Carpenter - Wikipedia
He was awarded the Royal Medal in 1861. Carpenter's most famous work is The Use and Abuse of Alcoholic Liquors in Health and ... Complete Dictionary of Scientific Biography. 3. Detroit: Charles Scribner's Sons. pp. 87-89, (005006490) R920. Carpenter W.B. ... This angered his colleagues, who felt that his public support for Bishop might damage the respectability of the scientific ... Historian Shannon Delorme has noted that although he was considered a "great debunker of all humbug", his scientific thought ...
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*  arhus facts, information, pictures | Encyclopedia.com articles about arhus
... and the Danish Committee for Scientific and Technical Information and Documentation. The chief learned societies are the Royal ... Frederik Bajer (1837-1922) was awarded the Nobel Prize for peace in 1908. Knud Johan Victor Rasmussen (1879-1933), explorer and ... cooperative societies belong to the Danish Cooperative Wholesale Society, which makes bulk purchases for member societies and ... the Danish Medical Society, and the Danish Cancer Society. The Danish Council of Ethics is appointed by the government to ...
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*  Frederick McCoy - Wikipedia
He was awarded the Murchison Medal of the Geological Society of London in 1879, was elected F.R.S. in 1880, and was one of the ... McCoy contributed many papers to local societies, and continued his active scientific work for fifty-eight years - his last ... He was president of the Royal Society of Victoria in 1864 and vice-president in 1861 and 1870. Frederick McCoy is the taxon ... 1844) and Synopsis of the Silurian Fossils of Ireland (1846). In 1846 Sedgwick secured his services, and for at least four ...
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