Record

Authorised form of nameHartley; Percival (1881 - 1957); biochemist
Dates1881 - 1957
Date of birth28 May 1881
Date of death16/02/1957
OccupationBiochemist
ActivityCareer:
Director of Biological Standards, National Institute for Medical Research
Honours:
MC ; CBE 1936; Kt 1944
Membership categoryFellow
Date of election06/05/1937
SourcesSources:
Bulloch's Roll
Obituaries:
Biographical Memoirs of Fellows of the Royal Society 1957 vol 3 pp 81-100, plate, by H H Dale
References:
A F Bristow, T Barrowcliffe and D R Bangham, 'Standardization of biological medicines: the first hundred years, 1900-2000' in NR 2006 vol 60 pp 271-289
Royal Society codeNA1167
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
EC/1937/08Hartley, Percival: certificate of election to the Royal Society
MM/9/40Letter from CS Sherrington, Eastbourne, to Sir Hartley Percival15 November 1947
MM/9/41Letter from CS Sherrington, Eastbourne, to Sir Hartley Percival9 January 1948
RR/72/45Referee's report by Percival Hartley, on a paper 'The selective admission of antibodies to the foetus by the yolk-sac splanchnopleur in rabbits' by Francis William Rogers Brambell, W A Hemmings, Megan Henderson and W T Rowlands1949
RR/72/235Referee's report by Percival Hartley, on a paper 'The antigenic relationship of some mammalian spermatozoa' by Audrey U Smith1949
GLB/65/22/14Percival Hartley, Bigwood Road, London to Brown10 June 1955
IM/GA/WS/1009Hartley, Percivalnd
HD/25/21Presentation album for Henry Dale on his retirement from the National Institute for Medical Research 30 September 1942
RR/72/276Referee's report by Percival Hartley, on a paper 'The transplantation of normal tissues: with special reference to auto- and homotransplants of thyroid and spleen in the anterior chamber of the eye, and subcutaneously, in guinea-pigs' by Michael Francis Addison Woodruff and Hazel G Woodruff 1949
RR/72/277Letter from Percival Hartley, on a paper 'The transplantation of normal tissues: with special reference to auto- and homotransplants of thyroid and spleen in the anterior chamber of the eye, and subcutaneously, in guinea-pigs' by Michael Francis Addison Woodruff and Hazel G Woodruff to David Brunt 25 September 1949
Add to My Items

    Collection highlights

    Browse the records of some of our collections, which cover all branches of science and date from the 12th century onwards. These include the published works of Fellows of the Royal Society, personal papers of eminent scientists, letters and manuscripts sent to the Society or presented at meetings, and administrative records documenting the Society's activities since our foundation in 1660.

    The Royal Society

    The Royal Society is a Fellowship of many of
    the world's most eminent scientists and is the
    oldest scientific academy in continuous existence.
    Registered charity number 207043

    Website design ©CalmView



    CONTACT US

    + 44 207 451 2500
    (Lines open Mon-Fri, 9:00-17:00. Excludes bank holidays)

    6-9 Carlton House Terrace, London SW1Y 5AG

    Email Us →

    SUBSCRIBE

    Subscribe to our newsletters to be updated with the
    latest news on innovation, events, articles and reports.

    Subscribe →

    © CalmView