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Authorised form of nameJackson; Willis (1904 - 1970); Baron Jackson of Burnley
SurnameJackson
ForenamesWillis
Dates1904 - 1970
NationalityBritish
Dates and placesBirth:
29 October 1904
Death:
17 February 1970
ActivityHonours:
Kt 1958; Baron 1967
Royal Society activityMembership:
Fellow
Election Date:
19/03/1953
SourcesAssocMaterial:
CSAC 28/5/75
Obituaries:
Biographical Memoirs of Fellows of the Royal Society 1971 vol 17 pp 379-398, plate, by D Gabor and J Brown
Royal Society codeNA2414
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
EC/1953/15Jackson, Willis, Baron Jackson of Burnley: certificate of election to the Royal Society
PB/9/1/59Correspondence with Willis Jackson (later Baron Jackson of Burnley)1966-1967
PB/1/33/5/4Order of Merit1967
GLB/65/56/6Willis Jackson, Department of Electrical Engineering, Imperial College of Science and Technology to Brown17 November 1966
PB/6/2/3/1/2'DSIR 5 year Plan'1950s
PB/1/33/4/4President of the Royal Society1965
PB/1/33/3/4Companion of Honour1965
IM/002389Jackson, Willis, Baron Jackson of Burnleynd
RR/48/46Referee's report by Alexander Russell, on a paper 'Power loss phenomena in liquid dielectrics' by Willis Jackson16 July 1933
RR/53/127Referee's report by Nevil Vincent Sidgwick, on a paper 'The dielectric constants of liquid mixtures of phenol-water, phenol-m-cresol, phenol-aniline, and phenol-p-toluidine' by Owen Rhys Howell and Willis Jackson[January 1934]
RR/56/40Referee's report by Alexander Russell, on a paper 'The dielectric loss characteristics of a chlorinated diphenyl' by Willis Jackson16 July 1935
RR/56/39Referee's report by Alexander Russell, on a paper 'The mechanism of dielectric loss in paraffin wax solutions at high radio frequencies' by Willis Jackson[January 1935]
RR/69/113Referee's report by Willis Jackson, on a paper 'Dielectric properties of dipolar solids' by Herbert Fröhlich1945
IM/GA/WRS/6553Jackson, Willis, Baron Jackson of Burnleynd
RR/53/128Referee's report by James Charles Philip, on a paper 'The dielectric constants of liquid mixtures of phenol-water, phenol-m-cresol, phenol-aniline, and phenol-p-toluidine' by Owen Rhys Howell and Willis Jackson[January 1934]
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