Authorised form of nameBerthelot; Pierre Eugene Marcellin (1827 - 1907)
ForenamesPierre Eugene Marcellin
Dates1827 - 1907
Dates and placesBirth:
Paris, France (25 October 1827)
Paris, France (18 March 1907)
Pantheon, Paris
ActivityResearch Field:
Staff, College du France, Paris (1851); Professor of Organic Chemistry, Ecole Superieure de Pharmacie (1859); Professor of Organic Chemistry, College de France (1865); Perpetual Secretary, Academy of Sciences, Paris (1889); Minister of Public Instruction (1886-1887); Minister of Foreign Affairs (1895-1896)
Royal Society activityMembership:
Foreign Member
Election Date:
Davy Medal 1883; Copley Medal 1900
Bulloch's Roll; DSB
Proc Roy Soc Series A 1907-1908 vol 80 pp iii-x signed by W R
Royal Society codeNA6521
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
EC/1877/20Berthelot, Pierre Eugene Marcellin: certificate of election to the Royal Society
MM/16/17Letter from M Berthelot to the President and Council of the Royal Society1877
NLB/21/339Copy letter from Michael Foster, to Professor Pierre Eugene Marcellin Berthelot, Foreign Member, Royal Society1 November 1900
NLB/21/597Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, to Monsieur le Professeur Pierre Eugene Marcellin Berthelot, Foreign Member, Royal Society, Secretariat de l'Institut, Paris17 December 1900
NLB/23/1/580Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, to Professor Pierre Eugene Marcellin Berthelot, Foreign Member, Royal Society7 December 1901
NLB/35/150Copy letter from Archibald Geikie, to Sir William Ramsay, Fellow of the Royal Society26 April 1907
NLB/37/417Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison to Professor [Joseph] Larmor, Secretary of the Royal Society16 March 1908
MS/427/305Copy letter from Walter White, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society; to Hon. [Charles] W. Fremantle31 October 1883
MS/427/318Note of a letter from the Royal Society; to the French Ambassador5 December 1883
M/026Berthelot, Marcelin
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