Reference numberEC/1944/07
Previous numbersCert XV, 77; A02052
TitleDrummond, Sir Jack Cecil: certificate of election to the Royal Society
DescriptionCitation typed
CitationDistinguished as a Biochemist and particularly for his work in the field of nutrition. Has made important contributions towards the recognition of the individual vitamins and of their respective functions. He has taken a leading part in the application of these discovereies to the improvement of the nutrition of the population. His book "The Englishman's Food" is a scholarly account of the development of nutritional ideas in this Country; it is not only exercising an important influence at the present time, but will always be recognised as a major contribution to this subject.
ProposersForm personal knowledge. Charles J Martin; A C Chibnall; T R Elliott; C R Harington; O Rosenheim; A S Parkes; R A Peters
Access statusOpen

Drummond, Sir Jack Cecil: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA1267Drummond; Sir; Jack Cecil (1891 - 1952)1891 - 1952
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