Record

Reference numberCMB/121
LevelSubFonds
TitleBritish International Committee for the International Biological Programme
Date1963-1966
DescriptionCommittee approved and created by Council on 4 April 1963. Its Terms of Reference are to assist in the international planning and to consider means of financial support, on the understanding that when the IBP reaches a more precise stage, the provisional committee would give way to a National Committee to co-ordinate United KIngdom participation in the programme.

Membership approved by Council was noted as follows; The Biological Secretary, Sir Lindor Brown; The Foreign Secretary, Sir Patrick Linstead; Chairman of BNC/Biology, Professor A A Miles, FRS, Chairman; Chairman of BNC/Biochemistry, Professor F G Young, FRS; Chairman of BNC/Physiology, Professor A L Hodgkin, FRS; Dr R S Glover; Mr E M Nicholson; Mr N W Piries FRS; Professor P W Richards; Sir George Taylor; Professor C H Waddington, FRS; Dr J S Weiner; Dr E B Worthington; Dr J D Ovington; Dr J A Fraser Roberts, FRS.
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