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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1968-1969-264

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280 Benefactions to King's College The Department of Public Health of the United States Government grant of $50 000 for research in biophysics on the structure and function of cilia and flagella The grant will largely be used for the purchase of new appara- tus and extends over the period 1961-63 Anonymous gift of £250 000 for the construction of men's hall of resi- dence 1962 Miss Jean Rotherham gift of very fine silver loving cup in memory of her father Colonel Rotherham to whom the cup had been originally presented Medical Research Council £65 000 for the accommodation of the Bio- physics Research Unit in Drury Lane Founders' Company £300 to further the study of metallurgy in the Depart- ment of Mechanical Engineering Cerebos Limited £500 year for three years for postgraduate scholarship in Powder Technology The United States Air Force Office of Aerospace Research grant of £2 160 for chemical sciences 1963 Agricultural Research Council Biochemistry Department £290 for research Zoology Department £1 286 for research 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
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