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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1964-1965-343

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xlviii Annual Report horizon and provide some historical perspective Second the decision has been made to enter our Special students in future for the first part of their Final Examination after two years instead of entering them as previously for the whole examination after three years Finally the number of postgraduate students in the department continues to increase with consequent strain on resources of staff and accom- modation FACULTY OF NATURAL SCIENCE department of biophysics Number of Students Postgraduate Higher Degrees Ph Millman 'The mechanical properties of molluscan smooth muscle Ph Smith 'New calculations of the scattering cross- sections of atoms for electrons with special reference to the problems of image contrast in the electron microscope Sc Bullard 'The nervous control of molluscan muscle Departmental Notes Progress on the new laboratories in Drury Lane has proceeded normally Completion is expected in October 1963 and the Depart- ment is expected to move from the Strand during November The postgraduate course was attended by four internal research students and fourteen visitors During the year Professor ╬ť Wilkins attended international symposia in India France and the United States and gave lectures in these countries Dr Burge organised and contributed to symposium of the British Biophysical Society at University College London on 'Elec- tron microscopy and its physical aspects In September he read paper at the sixth International Congress of Crystallography in Rome Dr Arnott Dr Fuller and Dr Elliott also read papers at this congress Dr Gratzer and Dr Fuller gave papers at symposium on the
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