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lxxvi Annual Report of the Delegacy Ph McPhie 'Physico-chemical study on the structure of yeast ribosomes Ph Pardon 'Coiled-coil models for necleohistone Phil Mrs Price nee Sutherland 'The energies of inter- action between monomolecular films of lyophobic materials in aqueous and other media Departmental Notes The number of postgraduate students working for higher degrees was twenty-four The postgraduate course was attended by eight internal research students and seventeen visitors Nineteen third-year Physics students opted to take the course on the nature and properties of large mole- cules The department is now fully participating in the education of under- graduates in the School of Biological Sciences The first students studying for the new Sc degree in Biology arrived in October 1966 and will attend courses in the department during their second and third years Dr Venable Yale University spent further year in the de- partment Mr Boukema University of Leiden Dr Stracher State University of New York and Dr Thomas Massachusetts Institute of Technology worked in the department for shorter periods The Secretary of State for Education and Science the Rt Hon Anthony Crosland visited the department on Monday January 9th in company with Sir Harold Himsworth Secretary to the Medical Research Council An introduction to the work of the laboratories was given by Sir John Randall and the Minister was shown three aspects of the laboratories' work morphogenesis RNA muscle research coupled with the new X-ray-diffraction camera Sir Harold Himsworth also visited the department in company with Professors Evans Gowans Morgan Neuberger and Paton the mem- bers of the Biological Sub-Committee of the Medical Research Council on Wednesday December 14th 1966 They were presented with full report on the work of the Biophysics Research Unit and inspected many aspects of current research in the laboratory On Monday November 28th 1966 the laboratory was open to medical and science correspondents from the Press Fifty-two corre- spondents attended They were given an introductory talk by Sir John Randall and were shown four simplified demonstrations covering 'the
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