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Biographical entry Laughton, Reginald Alfred Lampier (1886 - 1954)

Born
29 July 1886
Adelaide, South Australia, Australia
Died
14 January 1954
Occupation
Metallurgist and Science educator

Summary

Reginald Alfred L. Laughton worked at the South Australian School of Mines for 40 years, as Assistant Metallurgist (1911-25) and as Head of the Industrial Chemistry Department (1925-51). He was also a foundation member of the Chemical Society of South Australia and the Australian Chemical Institute.

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1907
Education - Associateship in Metallurgy completed at the South Australian School of Mines
c. 1908 - c. 1910
Career position - Worked at Port Pirie Smelters, Perseverance Mine in Kalgoorlie, Western Australia
1911 - 1915
Career position - Assistant Metallurgist at the South Australian School of Mines
1925 - 1951
Career position - Head of the Industrial Chemistry Department at the South Australian School of Mines
c. 1941 - c. 1946
Career position - Leave of absence during World War I to assist in the training of volunteers

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