Reference numberMS/916
TitleLecture notes by Gordon Elliott Fogg
DescriptionNotes on biological lectures attended by G.E. Fogg at the Universities of Cambridge and London.

Lecture: Plant physiology. Lecturer: Dr Maskell. 1940-1941. Cambridge
Lecture: Respiration and respiratory pigments'. Lecturer: Professor Keilin. 1941 (?). Cambridge
Lecture: Biochemistry of proteins and amino acids. Lecturer: Dr Neuberger. 1938 (?). London
Lecture: Molecular architecture of biological systems. Lecturer: J D Bernal. 1938. Royal Institution, London
Lecturer: Statistics. Lecturer: F Yates. May 1941. Cambridge.

Folder: 'Cambridge summer school course in bacterial chemistry'. July 1st-13th, 1946. Lecturers include: Dr M. [Marjory] Stephenson; Dr Hartree; Dr E F Gale; Mr H J Bunker; E G Pringsheim; Dr K Smith; Dr Markham; Dr Stacey; Dr D D Woods. With timetable from the course, and notes from the lectures.
ExtentOne box
NotesWith note stating 'received from Professor Fogg, 28/9/1995'.
Access statusOpen
Fellows associated with this archive
NA4169Fogg; Gordon Elliott (1919 - 2005)1919 - 2005
NA1592Maskell; Ernest John (1895 - 1958)1895 - 1958
NA6298Keilin; David (1887 - 1963)1887 - 1963
NA4792Neuberger; Michael Samuel (1953 - 2013)1953 - 2013
NA8040Bernal; John Desmond (1901 - 1971)1901 - 1971
NA2097Yates; Frank (1902 - 1994)1902 - 1994
NA8092Stephenson; Marjory (1885 - 1948)1885 - 1948
NA4260Gale; Ernest Frederick (1914 - 2005)1914 - 2005
NA6406Smith; Kenneth Manley (1892 - 1981)1892 - 1981
NA342Markham; Roy (1916 - 1979)1916 - 1979
NA3609Woods; Donald Devereux (1912 - 1964)1912 - 1964
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