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Authorised form of nameSchryver; Samuel Barnett (1869 - 1929)
SurnameSchryver
ForenamesSamuel Barnett
Dates1869 - 1929
Dates and placesBirth:
15 March 1869
Death:
21 August 1929
ActivityEducation:
PhD; DSc
Career:
Professor of Biochemistry, Imperial College of Science and Technology
Royal Society activityMembership:
Fellow
Election Date:
10/05/1928
SourcesSources:
Bulloch's Roll
Obituaries:
Proc Roy Soc Series B 1932 vol 110 pp xxii-xxiv, plate, by Vernon Herbert Blackman
Royal Society codeNA1242
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
EC/1928/13Schryver, Samuel Barnett: certificate of election to the Royal Society
NLB/37/708Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison to Sir William Crookes4 May 1908
NLB/41/339Copy letter from John Rose Bradford, to Dr [Samuel Barnett] Schryver, Fellow of the Royal Society22 November 1909
NLB/42/121Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison to Professor E [Ernest] H [Henry] Starling FRS 6 April 1910
RR/18/78Referee's report by Williem Dobinson Halliburton, on a paper 'Some investigations dealing with the state of aggregation of matter - Parts I-III' by Samuel Barnett SchryverOctober 1910
NLB/56/219Copy letter from [Robert William Frederick Harrison, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society]; to Dr. [Samuel Barnett] Schryver, FRS19 December 1918
RR/25/43Referee's report by Samuel Walter Johnson Smith, on a paper 'Investigations dealing with the state of aggregation. Part IV.—The flocculation of colloids by salts containing univalent organic ions' by Samuel Barnett Schryver and Nita E Speer[July 1918]
RR/25/44Referee's report by William Bate Hardy, on a paper 'Investigations dealing with the state of aggregation. Part IV.—The flocculation of colloids by salts containing univalent organic ions' by Samuel Barnett Schryver and Nita E Speernd [1918]
RR/23/87Referee's report by William Bate Hardy, on a paper 'Investigations dealing with the phenomena of “clot” formations. Part IV - The diphasic erosive action of salts on the cholate gel' by Samuel Barnett Schryver and Mary Hewlett1916
RR/32/121Referee's report by Frederick Gowland Hopkins, on a paper 'The isolation of a product of hydrolysis of the proteins hitherto undescribed' by Samuel Barnett Schryver, H W Buston and D H MukherjeeJanuary 1925
RR/34/115Referee's report by Arthur Harden, on a paper 'The isolation of some hitherto undescribed products of hydrolysis of proteins.— Part III' by Samuel Barnett Schryver, H W Buston and Vernon Herbert Blackman[July 1926]
RR/36/67Referee's report by Arthur Harden, on a paper 'The isolation of some hitherto undescribed products of hydrolysis of proteins. — Part IV' by Samuel Barnett Schryver and H W Buston[May 1927]
NLB/72/705Copy letter from Francis Alexander Towle, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society; to Professor [Vernon Herbert] Blackman, FRS13 March 1930
RR/38/135Referee's report by Vernon Herbert Blackman, on a paper 'Investigations of the cell-wall substances of plants, with special reference to the chemical changes taking place during lignification' by Samuel Barnett Schryver and E J CandlinJuly 1928
NLB/71/798Copy letter from Francis Alexander Towle, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society; to Prof. [Samuel Barnett] Schryver, FRS3 November 1928
NLB/73/57Copy letter from Francis Alexander Towle, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society; to Prof. [Vernon Herbert] Blackman, FRS7 November 1930
EC/1928/14Schryver, Samuel Barnett: certificate of election to the Royal Society
RR/34/101Referee's report by John Beresford Leathes, on a paper 'The isolation of some hitherto undescribed products of hydrolysis of proteins. —Part II' by Samuel Barnett Schryver and H W Buston[February 1926]
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