Reference numberNLB/66/124
Alternative reference numberNLB/66 p71
TitleCopy letter from William Bate Hardy, Secretary of the Royal Society; to Sir John Parsons, C.B.E, FRS
Date25 February 1924
DescriptionUpdates John Parsons regarding a conversation he, [William Bate Hardy] and [John Rose] Bradford had regarding the last report on the Glass Workers' Cataract Committee; that it was agreed [Frederick Gowland] Hopkins would be asked to find someone to work on lens proteins and has found Miss [Dorothy Rose] Adams, who has already produced interesting results on the metabolism of the lens. Asks if the regularisation of the formal appointment of Miss Adams can be done through correspondence.
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Related records in the catalogueCMB/10/43
Fellows associated with this archive
NA8234Hardy; Sir; William Bate (1864 - 1934)1864 - 1934
NA694Parsons; Sir; John Herbert (1868 - 1957); ophthalmologist and physiologist1868 - 1957
NA1395Bradford; Sir; John Rose (1863 - 1935); physician and physiologist1863 - 1935
NA6168Hopkins; Sir; Frederick Gowland (1861 - 1947)1861 - 1947
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