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Authorised form of nameWaddington; Conrad Hal (1905 - 1975)
SurnameWaddington
ForenamesConrad Hal
Dates1905 - 1975
Dates and placesBirth:
08 November 1905
Death:
26 September 1975
ActivityEducation:
Clifton and Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge
Career:
Fellow of Christ's CollegeCambridge in 1930's. After WWII was Professor of Genetics at Edinburgh University. A frequent broadcaster on the old Third Programme
Honours:
CBE 1958
Royal Society activityMembership:
Fellow
Election Date:
20/03/1947
Lectures:
Bernal 1974
SourcesObituaries:
Biographical Memoirs of Fellows of the Royal Society 1977 vol 23 pp 575-622, plate, by Alan Robertson
Notes:
Bernal Lecture delivered 06 February 1975
References:
N R Ingram, 'All that you can't leave behind' in NR 2003 vol 57 pp 177-184
Royal Society codeNA6890
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
EC/1947/24Waddington, Conrad Hal: certificate of election to the Royal Society
PB/8/6/7Papers and talks on science and society by others, collected by Blackett, many annotated by him.c.1943-1945
GLB/66/13Diary of a visit to Moscow and China as a member of a delegation from the Royal Society of London to the Academia Sinica by C H Waddingtonc1962
GLB/66/17Report on 'The Work in General Biology' seen during the visit of the Royal Society delegation to Academia Sinica, September to October 1962 by C H Waddingtonc1962
PB/4/7/2/5/2Paper by Conrad Hal Waddington, 'A note on the organisation of "Applied Science" with particular reference to the livestock industry'nd
PB/4/7/3/16Correspondence with Conrad Hal Waddington re history of Operational Research 1972
PB/4/13/4Correspondence and papers re Aircraft Research Committee. 1948
IM/GA/WS/2685Waddington, Conrad Hal1946
RR/72/2Letter from Conrad Hal Waddington, on a paper 'The effects of antero-posterior reversal of lengths of the primitive streak in the chick' by Michael Abercrombie to D C Martin, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society18 August 1949
RR/57/39Referee's report by Otto Rosenheim, on a paper 'Studies on the nature of the amphibian organization centre II—Induction by synthetic polycyclic hydrocarbons' by Conrad Hal Waddington and Dorothy Mary Moyle Needham[January 1935]
RR/57/38Referee's report by James Peter Hill, on a paper 'Studies on the nature of the amphibian organization centre II—Induction by synthetic polycyclic hydrocarbons' by Conrad Hal Waddington and Dorothy Mary Moyle Needham[January 1935]
RR/57/43Referee's report by Otto Rosenheim, on a paper 'Studies on the nature of the amphibian organization centre. I—Chemical properties of the evocator' by Conrad Hal Waddington, Joseph Needham, W W Nowinski and R Lemberg[January 1935]
RR/57/42Referee's report by James Peter Hill, on a paper 'Studies on the nature of the amphibian organization centre. I—Chemical properties of the evocator' by Conrad Hal Waddington, Joseph Needham, W W Nowinski and R Lemberg[January 1935]
RR/58/9Referee's report by Arthur Harden, on a paper 'Studies on the nature of the amphibian organization centre - VI-Inductions by the evocator-glycogen complex in intact embryos and in ectoderm removed from the individuation-field' by Norman G Heatley, Conrad Hal Waddington and Joseph NeedhamDecember 1936
RR/62/68Referee's report by Otto Rosenheim, on a paper 'Studies on the nature of the amphibian organization centre III—The activation of the evocator' by Conrad Hal Waddington, Joseph Needham and Jean Brachet[January 1936]
RR/62/70Referee's report by James Peter Hill, on a paper 'Studies on the nature of the amphibian organization centre IV—Further experiments on the chemistry of the evocator' by Conrad Hal Waddingto, Joseph Needham, W W Nowinski, Max Rudolf Lemberg and Arthur Cohen[February 1936]
RR/65/266Referee's report by Francis Hugh Adam Marshall, on a paper 'Studies on the nature of the amphibian organization centre - VII. Evocation by some further chemical compounds' by Conrad Hal WaddingtonJanuary 1938
RR/65/268Referee's report by Ernest Laurence Kennaway, on a paper 'Studies on the nature of the amphibian organization centre - VII. Evocation by some further chemical compounds' by Conrad Hal WaddingtonFebruary 1938
RR/68/238Referee's report by John Burdon Sanderson Haldane, on a paper 'The development of the bristles in normal and some mutant types of Drosophila melanogaster' by Anthony David Lees and Conrad Hal Waddington[1942]
RR/72/3Referee's report by Conrad Hal Waddington, on a paper 'The effects of antero-posterior reversal of lengths of the primitive streak in the chick' by Michael Abercrombie 1949
PB/1/33/1/10Nobel Prize1948
IM/004747Waddington, Conrad HalMay 1961
RR/50/74Referee's report by Arthur Edwin Boycott, on a paper 'Physico-chemical experiments on the amphibian organizer' by Joseph Needham, Conrad Hal Waddington and Dorothy Mary Moyle NeedhamNovember 1933
RR/62/67Referee's report by James Peter Hill, on a paper 'Studies on the nature of the amphibian organization centre III—The activation of the evocator' by Conrad Hal Waddington, Joseph Needham and Jean Brachet[February 1936]
RR/65/267Second referee's report by Francis Hugh Adam Marshall, on a paper 'Studies on the nature of the amphibian organization centre - VII. Evocation by some further chemical compounds' by Conrad Hal WaddingtonApril 1938
RR/62/69Referee's report by Otto Rosenheim, on a paper 'Studies on the nature of the amphibian organization centre IV—Further experiments on the chemistry of the evocator' by Conrad Hal Waddingto, Joseph Needham, W W Nowinski, Max Rudolf Lemberg and Arthur Cohen[January 1936]
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