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Biographical entry Clark-Lewis, John William (1920 - 2001)

Born
23 April 1920
England
Died
2001
Occupation
Organic chemist

Summary

John Clark-Lewis was Professor of Chemistry at Flinders University 1963-1982 and published widely in the field of organic chemistry.

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1942 - 1946
Career position - Captain in the British Army
1947 - 1948
Career position - Demonstrator, University College, Nottingham, United Kingdom
1949 - 1950
Career position - Assistant Lecturer in organic chemistry, University of Nottingham, United Kingdom
1951 - 1955
Career position - Lecturer in organic chemistry, University of Nottingham, United Kingdom
1952 - 1953
Career position - James Hudson Brown Memorial Research Fellow, Yale University, Hew Haven, Connecticut, U.S.A.
1955 - 1959
Career position - Senior Lecturer in Organic Chemistry, University of Adelaide
1960
Award - Royal Society and Nuffield Foundation Bursary for study at Imperial College, London
1960
Award - H. G. Smith Memorial Medal, Royal Australian Chemical Institute
1960 - 1963
Career position - Reader in Organic Chemistry, University of Adelaide
1963 - 1982
Career position - Professor of Chemistry, Flinders University
1982
Career position - Emeritus Professor, Flinders University

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Private hands (Clark-Lewis, J.W.)

  • John William Clark-Lewis - Records; Private hands (Clark-Lewis, J.W.). Details

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McCarthy, G.J.