*  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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*  Waller, Augustus Volney (DNB00) - Wikisource, the free online library
The president and council of the Royal Society also awarded him one of their royal medals in 1860 in recognition of the ... He soon acquired a considerable practice, but he was irresistibly drawn to scientific investigation, and, after the publication ... For these papers he was awarded the Monthyon prize of the French academy of sciences for 1852, and for further work this prize ... He paid a short visit to London in the spring of 1879 to deliver the Croonian lecture before the Royal Society, and he ...
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*  Pyotr Ivanovich Ricord - Wikipedia
He was awarded with the Order of St. Vladimir, 4th class "for the excellent performance of his office on the sloop "Diana" and ... he was appointed chairman of the Naval Scientific Committee . A Rikord Island in Peter the Great Gulf was named after him. " ... Ricord was one of the organizers and one of 17 founding members of the Imperial Russian Geographical Society (1845) in Saint ... From 1817 to 1822 he was the head of Kamchatka and he was awarded with the 2nd class of the Order of St. Anne with diamond ...
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*  Augustus Volney Waller - Wikipedia
The president and council of the Royal Society also awarded him one of their royal medals in 1860 in recognition of the ... He gave up his practice the same year, and left England to live at Bonn and carry on his scientific work. Here he became ... For these papers he was awarded the Monthyon prize of the French Academy of Sciences for 1852, and for further work this prize ... He paid a short visit to London in the spring of 1869 to deliver the Croonian lecture before the Royal Society, and he ...
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*  Royal Society of New South Wales - Wikipedia
Publications of results of scientific investigations through its Journal and Proceedings; Awarding prizes and medals for ... "Awards". Royal Society of New South wales. Retrieved 31 August 2015. "The Clarke Medal". The Royal Society of New South wales. ... The Royal Society of New South Wales is a learned society based in Sydney, Australia. It is the oldest such society in ... writer The society makes a number of awards for meritorious contributions in the field of science. The Clarke Medal is awarded ...
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*  William Buckland - Wikipedia
... and the Royal Society awarded Buckland the Copley Medal in 1822 for his paper on Kirkdale Cave. At the presentation the ... Buckland's passion for scientific observation and experiment extended to his home, where he had a table inlaid with dinosaur ... His work proving that Kirkdale Cave had been a prehistoric hyena den, for which he was awarded the Copley Medal, was praised as ... In 1847, he was appointed a trustee in the British Museum and, in 1848, he was awarded the Wollaston Medal, by the Geological ...
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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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*  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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*  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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*  Asa Gray - Wikipedia
The Asa Gray Award, awarded by the American Society of Plant Taxonomists, was established in 1984 to honor a living botanist ... 1889). Scientific Papers of Asa Gray. I. New York: Houghton, Mifflin & Co. Sargent, Charles Sprague, ed. (1889). Scientific ... "Asa Gray Award". American Society of Plant Taxonomists. February 18, 2012. Retrieved December 31, 2014. "Asa Gray House". ... increasing isolation within the scientific community. Gray showed little interest in scientific politics and resigned from the ...
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*  Simon Schwendener facts, information, pictures | Encyclopedia.com articles about Simon Schwendener
He was, in addition, an honorary member of a number of foreign scientific societies. ... He graduated from the University of Zurich in 1854 and was awarded the Ph.D., summa cum laude, in 1856. ... Complete Dictionary of Scientific Biography COPYRIGHT 2008 Charles Scribner's Sons. SCHWENDENER, SIMON. (b. Buchs, St. Gallen [ ... Complete Dictionary of Scientific Biography COPYRIGHT 2008 Charles Scribner's Sons. SCHWENDENER, SIMON. (b. Buchs, St. Gallen, ...
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*  Luigi Calori - Wikipedia
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". ... Calori produced a great volume of scientific work. He was interested in many areas of anatomy including normal anatomy, ... London Anthropological Society 1875, p. 104. Sources' Davis, J.Barnard (1872). "Notice of some recent anatomical writings ...
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*  James Young (chemist) - Wikipedia
In 1873 Young was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society In 1879 he was awarded an Honorary LI.D of St. Andrews University. From ... In Young's first scientific paper, dated 4 January 1837, he described a modification of a voltaic battery invented by Michael ... Proceedings of the Royal Society of Edinburgh. Royal Society of Edinburgh. 7: 702. Pippard, Sir Brian (2001). "Dispersion in ... In 1861 he was elected Fellow of the Royal Society of Edinburgh. From 1868-1877 he was President of Anderson's College and ...
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*  Pafnuty Chebyshev - Wikipedia
His scientific achievements were the reason for his election as junior academician (adjunkt) in 1856. Later, he became an ... Petersburg Mathematical Society, which had been founded three years earlier. Chebyshev died in St Petersburg on 26 November ... In 1841 Chebyshev was awarded the silver medal for his work "calculation of the roots of equations" which he had finished in ... Chebyshev became a member of the scientific committee of the ministry of national education. In 1859, he became an ordinary ...
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*  Otto Christian Hammer - Wikipedia
In 1872, he was awarded a gold medal by the Moscow Scientific Society for a treatise on fishery matters. Knight of the Order of ... In 1850 he became deputy commander of the squadron and operated from Fanø off the Danish west coast. His forces occupied the ... Hammer returned from Austrian captivity in 1856 and took a seat in the Diet of Denmark. At the same time he also quit his ... the Dannebrog (28 December 1850) Silver Cross of the Order of the Dannebrog (3 August 1860) Commander of the Order of the ...
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*  Friedrich Albert Fallou - Wikipedia
In 1845 he was awarded by the society of sciences in Leipzig a prize. Hartemink, Alfred E. (2010). Soil profiles: the more we ... gained him recognition for his scientific advancements. Vasily Dokuchaev (1846-1903) is regarded today as more influential than ... This was published in 1845 and received an award from the Princely Jablonowski'schen Society in Leipzig. In 1853 he published ... "Factors of Soil Formation: A Fiftieth Anniversary Retrospective". Soil Science Society of America: 1-13. doi:10.2136/ ...
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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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*  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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*  List of English inventions and discoveries - Wikipedia
... established by the Royal Society of London; it is also the world's longest-running scientific journal. British Raj period: the ... "RSC Historic Chemical Landmark Award - Liquid Crystals". "About TREVOR BAYLIS the inventor of the windup technology". Archived ... 1844: The Rochdale Society of Equitable Pioneers founded in Lancashire. The Rochdale Principles are the foundation for the co- ... The International Fertilizer Society (Proceeding 32)" Frye's epitaph, describing him as "the inventor and first manufacturer of ...
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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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*  Rudolf Leuckart - Wikipedia
Today the "Rudolf-Leuckart-Medaille" is an annual award given for research in parasitology by the Deutschen Gesellschaft für ... Afterwards he participated on a scientific expedition to the North Sea for the study marine invertebrates. Later he became a ... Parasitologie (German Society of Parasitology). Leuckart is credited with splitting George Cuvier's Radiata into two phyla: ... Die Blasenwürmer und ihre Entwicklung, (Bladder-worms and their development) Gießen, 1856. Die Parasiten des Menschen und die ...
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*  Peter von Rittinger - Wikipedia
His work in the field included the early scientific study of comminution, and his theory on work and power in rock breakage is ... In 1863 he was awarded the Order of the Iron Crown, 3rd Class, a hereditary knighthood. In 1864 he was Jáchymov the honorary ... Society for Mining, Metallurgy, and Exploration (SME), pp. 15-16, ISBN 978-0873352383. Rittinger, Peter Ritter von (1867), ... In 1856 he recognized the principle of the heat pump while conducting experiments on the use of water vapor's latent heat for ...
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*  John Mallet - Wikipedia
Robert Mallet was a civil engineer and a fellow of the Royal Society and other societies and had an ample scientific library ... having served as judge in the bureau of awards at the Centennial Exposition in 1876 and been a member of the United States ... He was a fellow or member of many chemical and other learned societies, including the Royal Society College of Physicians of ... Société Chimique de France German Chemical Society American Philosophical Society He received the honorary degree of Legum ...
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*  Robert Grant (astronomer) - Wikipedia
He was elected a fellow of the Society on 14 June 1850; he edited the Monthly Notices 1852-60, and sat on the council 1853-60. ... He published translations of Arago's Biographies of Distinguished Scientific Men, 1854, and Popular Treatise on Comets, 1861 ; ... and earned Grant the award in 1856 of the Royal Astronomical Society's gold medal. ... Dreyer, John L. E.; Turner, Herbert H. (1923). History of the Royal Astronomical Society, 1820-1920. 1. London: Royal ...
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*  Somov - Wikipedia
In 1878, he was elected a Fellow of the Society for the Encouragement of the Arts. In 1886, he assumed the post of a chief ... April 8, 1807, he was awarded the Order of St. George the third degree (№ 149 by Chevalier list) "In the great reward of ... custodian of the art gallery of the Hermitage; during his tenure, he compiled a scientific catalogue of the gallery (Vol. 1-3, ... he was awarded a gold sword with the inscription "For Bravery" . In 1809, Somov retired and died in 1815. Juliana Fedorovna ...
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