Reference numberCMB/10/23
TitleReport on the Glassworkers' Cataract Committee
Date19 July 1911
DescriptionLists members present, with E Nettleship in the Chair and E K Martin in attendance. Lists committee business, including adoption of the interim report of the committee; a report by Sir William Crookes on the progress of his enquiry; a report from J H Parsons on E K Martin's experiments with ultra-violet light; resolutions that Martin should continue his experiments, and that Sir William Abney carry out experiments on the absorption of heat by the structures of the eye; a resolution that A D Waller should have an assistant, and that E K Martin be requested to continue his engagement with the Committee. p39-41.
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NA1422Nettleship; Edward (1845 - 1913); ophthalmic surgeon and eugenicist1845 - 1913
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