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Dr Alexander Scott's correspondence and letters

  • MS 55
  • Collection
  • 1851-1935
A collection of letters and correspondence, both to and from Dr Scott, as well as other prominent scientists of the period.

Dr Alexander Scott

Biographical Notes on James Ballantyne Hannay accumulated by Robert H S Robertson

  • MS 97
  • Collection
  • 1663-1987
Hannay biographica: correspondence, notes and miscellaneous papers relating to research work into diamonds and other minerals carried out by James Ballantyne Hannay, Sir Robert Robertson, KBE, FRS, and others; research into the life and work of James Ballantyne Hannay, mainly by Robert HS Robertson, Dr Einar P Flint and James Revie; publications of James Ballantyne Hannay; papers and correspondence relating to the Hannay divorce and to Mrs Caroline Johnston or Hannay's Trust; papers and correspondence relating to James Ballantyne Hannay's business and legal affairs; papers and correspondence relating to Alexander Hannay's Trust and to property owned by Alexander Hannay including the Prince of Wales Theatre rebuilt as the Grand Theatre Cowcaddens, Glasgow; miscellaneous papers and newspaper articles; photographs and plans 1663 and 1842-1987.

Robert H S Robertson

Professor Walter E. Spear

  • UR-SF 57
  • Collection
  • 1951-1991
Published articles by W.E. Spear and collaborators. 1951-1986; 'Public Lectures'. 5 files. 1972-1989; 'Transparencies and Notes of some recent Lectures'. 7 files. n.d.; 'A-Solid Lectures'. 3 files. c 1970 - 1991; 'Amorphous Semiconductors: A new generation of electronic materials'. The Bakarian Lecture, delivered by W.E. Spear to the Royal Society on 16 June 1988; 'Scientific absurdities and curiosities'. 4 files. 1951-1989

Professor Walter E. Spear

The Association for Science Education (ASE)

  • MS 13
  • Collection
  • 1946-2001
Science Masters' Association (SMA) - National. 1947-1962 ; the Association for Science Education (ASE) - National. 1963-1993 ; Science Masters' Association (SMA) - Scottish Region. 1946-1963 ; the Association for Science Education (ASE) - Scottish Region. 1960-2001.

The Association for Science Education (ASE)

Professor Robert Percival Cook, Lecturer in Biochemistry, University College, Dundee and Queen's College, Dundee; Professor of Biochemistry, University of Dundee

  • UR-SF 34
  • Collection
  • 1833-2020
Cook's Undergraduate notes and postgraduate research notes 1926-1947; Papers re Research Students supervised or externally examined by Cook, 1944-1972; Notes for Undergraduate Lectures by Cook, 1925-1973; Notes for Public Lectures given by Cook, 1942-1949; Scientific Publications of Robert P. Cook, 1926-1974; Records re books by Cook, c 1938-1974; Correspondence and Papers of Robert P. Cook. 1920-1990; Academic business abroad and in the UK, including International Congresses, 1937-1988; Scientific Papers re Nutrition, 1913-1962; Scientific Papers re Pathological Conditions, 1930-1976; Scientific Papers re Lipids, c 1929-1968; Scientific Papers re Metabolism, 1927-1964; Scientific Papers re Antibiotics, 1927-1987; Papers re Industrial Biochemistry, c 1917-1964; Papers re Scientific Methods, 1943-1971; Dental Papers, 1941-1958; Biochemistry Department Records, c 1900-2000; Historical Records re Queen's College/University of Dundee, 1883-1998; Biochemistry in Dundee, c 1950-1993; Biochemical Society Records, 1926-1989; Proceedings of the Nutrition Society, 1970 - 1972; Other Publications, 1847-1989; Audio Tapes, 1972; Photographs & Glass Plate Negatives, 1925-1984; Biochemistry Department Plans, 1963-1970; Newspaper clippings, 1930-1979; Personal effects, 1833-2020

Robert Percival Cook (1906-1989)

Professor George Howard Bell, Department of Physiology

  • UR-SF 30
  • Collection
  • 1920-1976
Black and white portraits of eminent visitors to the College or University, particularly physiologists and other medical professionals, who gave lectures to the University's Philosophy and Science Group which Professor Bell was instrumental in founding 1950-1976; signatures c.1951-1974; letters 1951-1974; 35mm colour transparencies covering a wide geographical area and a variety of subjects but, in particular architectural sculptures and carving c.1920-1985.

Professor George Howard Bell