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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1967-1968-251

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Benefactions to King's College 267 Abbott Laboratories of Chicago Chemistry Department $1 500 for research Cadbury Trust War Studies Department £1 000 towards disarmament research studentships Department of Scientific and Industrial Research Chemistry Depart- ment £7 825 Electrical Engineering Department £4 410 Geology Depart- ment £7 181 Physics Department £3 088 Diamond Research Committee Physics Department £250 for research Genatosan Ltd Physiology Department £100 for research Imperial Chemical Industries Ltd Physics Department £200 for research The Medical Research Council Physiology Department £3 579 Government of Mauritius £225 for the purchase of books on French law The People newspaper Physiology Department £565 for research The Late Miss Olga Turner bequest of £1 000 to enable students in the Department of Spanish Studies to visit Spain Rockefeller Foundation Biophysics Department £21 000 Royal Society Botany Department £990 for research Shell Research Limited Chemistry Department £600 United States Air Force Chemistry Department £2 400 Unilever Ltd Chemistry Department £110 1964 Anonymous further gift of £50 000 by the 'Anonymous Donor' of 1961 to meet the increased costs involved in the construction of men's hall of residence King's College London Engineering Branch Funds were established from contributions made by former Engineering students of the College who were members of to enable the annual award of medal in each of the Departments of Civil Mechanical and Electrical Engineering to the students who most distinguish themselves in their work on an individual problem during the final year of the Sc Eng course Merchant Taylors' Company £50 for each of sessions 1964-65 and 1965-66 for the award to women students of two exhibitions additional to the scholar- ship of £60 tenable during those sessions £100 per annum from session 1966-67 for the award of four exhibitions to women students The Late Professor Edith Morley legacy of £200 to found the Faithfull prize Skinners' Company Supplementation in each of sessions 1964-65 1965-66 1966-67 to enable the College to award to women students two exhibitions of £25 each during those sessions
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