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Authorised form of nameMoore; Benjamin (1867 - 1922)
SurnameMoore
ForenamesBenjamin
Dates1867 - 1922
Dates and placesBirth:
14 January 1867
Death:
Oxford (03 March 1922)
ActivityEducation:
B Eng (Queen's College, Belfast); MA; DSc (Roy Univ of Ireland)
Career:
Associate Professor of Physiology, Yale University, USA; Lecturer on physiology, Charing Cross Hospital, London; Professor of Biochemistry, University of Liverpool (from 1902); entered Medical Research Council (1914); Professor of Biochemistry, University of Oxford (from 1920); died of pneumonia
Memberships:
MRCS; LRCP
Royal Society activityMembership:
Fellow
Election Date:
2/05/1912
SourcesSources:
Bulloch's Roll
Obituaries:
Proc Roy Soc Series B 1927 vol 101 pp xvii-xix, plate, by Sir Frederic Gowland Hopkins
Virtual International Authority Filehttp://viaf.org/viaf/31550735
Royal Society codeNA5508
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
EC/1912/10Moore, Benjamin: certificate of election to the Royal Society
NLB/46/125Copy letter from John Rose Bradford, to Professor [Benjamin] Moore, Fellow of the Royal Society13 June 1912
NLB/52/593Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society; to Professor Benjamin Moore, FRS; 84 Shrewsbury Road, Birkenhead25 January 1916
NLB/50/75Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, to Professor [Benjamin] Moore, Fellow of the Royal Society27 April 1914
NLB/51/269Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society to Professor Benjamin Moore FRS29 January 1915
NLB/51/613Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society to Professor Benjamin Moore FRS6 May 1915
NLB/60/626Copy letter from Francis Alexander Towle, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society; to Professor [Benjamin] Moore, FRS4 March 1921
NLB/67/427Copy letter from William Bate Hardy, Secretary of the Royal Society; to Professor [Frederick Gowland] Hopkins, FRS18 December 1924
NLB/58/446Copy letter from Edwin Deller, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society; to Dr. [Benjamin] Moore, FRS6 May 1920
RR/21/77Referee's report by Benjamin Moore, on a paper 'The electrical conductivity of echinoderm eggs, and its bearing on the problems of fertilisation and artificial parthenogenesis' by James Gray22 December 1914
NLB/58/53Copy letter from Edwin Deller, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society; to Mr. [Benjamin] Moore, FRS5 March 1920
NLB/58/494Copy letter from William Bate Hardy, Secretary of the Royal Society; to Professor [Benjamin] Moore, FRS13 May 1920
NLB/58/19Copy letter from Edwin Deller, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society; to Professor [Benjamin] Moore, FRS2 March 1920
NLB/55/226Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society; to Professor [Benjamin] Moore, FRS23 January 1918
NLB/58/447Copy letter from William Bate Hardy, Secretary of the Royal Society; to Professor [Benjamin] Moore, FRS6 May 1920
NLB/58/391Copy letter from William Bate Hardy, Secretary of the Royal Society; to Professor [Benjamin] Moore, FRS29 April 1920
NLB/55/168Copy letter from [William Bate] Hardy, Secretary of the Royal Society and FRS; to Professor [Benjamin] Moore, FRS03 January 1918
NLB/58/573Copy letter from Edwin Deller, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society; to Professor [Benjamin] Moore, FRS26 May 1920
NLB/58/808Copy letter from Edwin Deller, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society; to Professor [Benjamin] Moore, FRS21 June 1920
NLB/60/186Copy letter from William Bate Hardy, Secretary of the Royal Society; to Professor [Benjamin] Moore, FRS20 December 1920
RR/13/111Letter from Edward Albert Sharpey-Schafer, on his paper with Benjamin Moore 'On the spinal-root connections and ganglion-cell connections of the nerve-fibres which produce contraction of the spleen' to the Secretary of the Royal Scoiety1896
RR/13/110Letter from Edward Albert Sharpey-Schafer, on his paper with Benjamin Moore 'On the spinal-root connections and ganglion-cell connections of the nerve-fibres which produce contraction of the spleen' to the Secretary of the Royal Scoiety12 February 1896
RR/13/109Letter from Edward Albert Sharpey-Schafer, on his paper with Benjamin Moore 'On the spinal-root connections and ganglion-cell connections of the nerve-fibres which produce contraction of the spleen' to the Secretary of the Royal Scoiety10 January 1896
NLB/60/546Copy letter from Francis Alexander Towle, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society; to Professor [Benjamin] Moore, FRS21 February 1921
RR/24/43Referee's report by Edward John Russell, on a paper 'The formation of nitrites from nitrates in aqueous solution by the action of sunlight, and the assimilation of the nitrites by green leaves in sunlight' by Benjamin Moore22 December 1917
NLB/57/809Copy letter from Sir William Bate Hardy, FRS, Secretary of the Royal Society; to Professor B [Benjamin] Moore, FRS12 February 1920
NLB/57/729Copy letter from Sir William Bate Hardy, FRS, Secretary of the Royal Society; to Professor B [Benjamin ] Moore, FRS29 January 1920
NLB/62/641Copy letter from Francis Alexander Towle, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society; to Professor [Frederick Gowland] Hopkins, FRS31 March 1922
NLB/57/810Copy letter from Sir William Bate Hardy, FRS, Secretary of the Royal Society; to H [Harold William Taylor ] Wager Esq, FRS12 February 1920
NLB/57/876Copy letter from Sir William Bate Hardy, Secretary of the Royal Society; to Professor B [Benjamin] Moore, FRS26 February 1920
NLB/57/787Copy letter from Sir William Bate Hardy, FRS, Secretary of the Royal Society; to Professor B [Benjamin] Moore, FRS4 February 1920
NLB/68/405Copy letter from William Bate Hardy, Secretary of the Royal Society; to Sir Frederick [Gowland] Hopkins, FRS9 July 1925
RR/24/42Referee's report by Frederick Frost Blackman, on a paper 'The formation of nitrites from nitrates in aqueous solution by the action of sunlight, and the assimilation of the nitrites by green leaves in sunlight' by Benjamin Moore[November 1917]
RR/24/67Referee's report by Frederick Frost Blackman, on a paper 'Action of light rays on organic compounds, and the photosynthesis of organic from inorganic compounds in presence of inorganic colloids' by Benjamin Moore and T A Webster[January 1918]
NLB/58New Letter Book volume 58, copy letters sent from Royal Society administration28 February 1920-9 July 1920
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