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The Royal Society regrets to announce the deaths of the following Fellows in 2014
Professor Iain Donald Campbell FRS24 April 1941 - 5 March 2014 (elected 1995)Emeritus Professor, Department of Biochemistry, University of Oxford and Emeritus Research Fellows, St John's College, Oxford.Lecture: Croonian (2006)
Professor Bryan Campbell Clarke FRS24 June 1932 - 27 February 2014 (elected 1982)Professor Emeritus of Genetics, Institute of Genetics, University of Nottingham.Medal: Darwin (2012)Council service: 1994-1996Telegraph obituaryProfessor Lorna Ann Casselton CBE FRS18 July 1938 - 13 February 2014 (elected 1999)Emeritus Professor of Fungal Genetics, Department of Plant Sciences, University of Oxford.Lecture: Rutherford Memorial (2008), Blackett and Jagdish Chandra Bose (2008)Council Service: 2001-2003, 2006-2011Foreign Secretary: 2006-2011Vice-President: 2006-2011Peter Williams' personal tribute
Sir Diarmuid Downs CBE FREng FRS23 April 1922 - 12 February 2014 (elected 1985)Formerly Chairman, Ricardo Consulting Engineers plcInstitution of Mechanical Engineers obituaryProfessor Alan Roy Katritzky FRS18 August 1928 – 10 February 2014 (elected 1980)Kenan Professor of Organic Chemistry and Director of the Florida Center for Heterocyclic Compounds, University of Florida.The Gainesville Sun obituary
Professor Gerald Beresford Whitham FRS13 December 1927 – 26 January 2014 (elected 1965)Emeritus Professor of Applied Mathematics, California Institute of TechnologyPasadena Star-News obituary
Professor James Francis Tait FRS1 December 1925 - 2 February 2014 (elected 1959)Emeritus Professor of Physics as applied to Medicine, University of London and formerly Co-Director, Biophysical Endocrinology Unit, Middlesex General Hospital.
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