Reference numberMDA/A/16/51
TitleMinutes of the British Committee for Cooperation with UNESCO in the Natural Sciences
Date16 May 1956
DescriptionLists those present at meeting on 26 April 1956. Discusses: membership of committee relating to H G Thornton, Cyril Hinshelwood, Lord Adrian, G L Brown and Rudolph Peters; International Computation Centre; Nature Conservancy's memorandum on International Union for the Protection of Nature, with resolution; International Advisory Committee on Marine Sciences of UNESCO relating to Committee for Oceanic Research, of International Council of Science Unions; International Advisory Committee on Humid Tropics Research and application from Association pour l'etude Taxonomique de la Flore d'Afrique Tropicale; report from study group on cell growth; report on meeting of Executive Board of UNESCO on peaceful uses of atomic energy; report from International Advisory Committee on research in the Natural Sciences programme of UNESCO; draft programme and budget for 1957-58.
Access statusOpen
Fellows associated with this archive
NA2460Thornton; Sir; Henry Gerard (1892 - 1977)1892 - 1977
NA7750Hinshelwood; Sir; Cyril Norman (1897 - 1967); chemist1897 - 1967
NA6618Adrian; Edgar Douglas (1889 - 1977); 1st Baron Adrian of Cambridge; physiologist1889 - 1977
NA1789Peters; Sir; Rudolph Albert (1889 - 1982)1889 - 1982
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