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Annual Report of the Delegacy Ixxxix Dr Cordingley read papers at meetings of the Anatomical Society of Great Britain and Ireland and the Physiological Society He continued to carry out trials with the co-operation of Dr Exton Smith at the Whittington Hospital Highgate in connection with reticulo-endothelial stimulation As in previous years he lectured to the physiotherapy students at King's College Hospital the Prince of "Wales School of Physiotherapy and Nonnington College of Physical Education He was appointed examiner in anatomy and physiology for the Teachers' Diploma of the Council of the Societies of Occupa- tional Therapy DEPARTMENT OF BIOCHEMISTRY Number of Students 252 Sc Biochemistry Postgraduate 12 Departmental Notes Professor Arnstein attended an international symposium on 'Biochemistry of ribosomes and messenger RNA' in Reinhardsbrunn East Germany and gave lecture on 'Messenger RNA in animal cells' He gave paper at the seventh international Congress of Biochemistry Tokyo and was invited to lecture at summer school on Nucleic Acids organised by the Federation of European Biochemical Societies of which he has been elected Secretary-General The department is now participating in the intercollegiate Sc course in Biochemistry for medical students The research activities in the field of nucleic acids and protein bio- synthesis were strengthened by the appointment of Dr Kogut and Dr Cannon to the staff at the beginning of the session their research is being supported by grants from the Science Research Council which enabled the department to acquire urgently needed equipment for work with bacterial cells Dr Bell was on leave during the session as Visiting Professor at the University of Kansas
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