|The 17th Award (1984-87) of the James Scott Prize to Professor William Cochran, |
F.R.S., was then presented in the ... He was also drawn, albeit reluctantly, into the
field of macromolecular structures by Sir Lawrence Bragg, where, with Francis ...
|V. JAMES SCOTT PRIZE 11th Award, 1960-63.— Professor H. Bondi, F.R.S., |
Department of Applied ... 12th Award, 1963-66— Sir (William) Lawrence Bragg,
O.B.E., F.R.S., Hon. F.R.S.E., for his lecture on 3 July 1967, on "The Spirit of
|... for numerous contributions to Physical and General Chemistry. ioth |
Quadrennial Period, 1932-36. — Professor C. G. Darwin, F.R.S., for his
distinguished contributions in Mathematical Physics. V. JAMES SCOTT PRIZE.
1ST Award, 1918-22.
|This volume represents an important stage in the development of cosmology as a distinct branch of physics.|