Authorised form of nameAndrew; Edward Raymond (1921 - 2001)
Dates1921 - 2001
Place of birthLincolnshire
Date of birth27/06/1921
Date of death27/05/2001
Wellingborough School; Cambridge University. PhD
Staff, Royal Radar Establishment (World War II); spent a year at Harvard University (1948); Lecturer, St Andrew's University (1949); one of earliest practitioners of Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy (NMR) in Britain; Professor, Bangor (1954); helped to found British Radiospectroscopy Group; Visiting Professor, University of Florida (1969); Head, Physics Department, Nottingham University (1964); Dean, Faculty of Science, Nottingham University (1975-1978); NMR physics group, University of Florida (1983); developed inoperable cancer
Ampere Group (President 1974-1980); International Society of Magnetic Resonance (President 1984-1987); British Radiospectroscopy Group (Founder Chairman 1956; President)
Membership categoryFellow
Date of election15/03/1984
Age at election62
Royal Society activityLectures:
Wellcome 1984
RelationshipsMarried: (1948) Mary (she died 1965), twin daughters; 2) (1972) Eunice
Obituary: Times 19 June 2001
Biographical Memoirs of Fellows of the Royal Society 2003 vol 49 pp 1-14, plate, by Norman Sheppard
Virtual International Authority File
Royal Society codeNA7164
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
IM/GA/SGRS/8334/BAndrew, Edward Raymond1984
RR/70/5Referee's report by Rudolf Ernst Peierls, on a paper 'The intermediate state of superconductors III. Theory of behaviour of superconducting cylinders in transverse magnetic fields' by Edward Raymond Andrew16 January 1948
RR/70/4Referee's report by Rudolf Ernst Peierls, on a paper 'The intermediate state of superconductors. II. The resistance of cylindrical superconductors in transverse magnetic fields' by Edward Raymond Andrew16 January 1948
EC/1984/01Andrew, Edward Raymond: certificate of election to the Royal Society1981
WF/650Grant application from The University of Nottingham to the Wolfson Foundation1 January 1976
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