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Annual Report of the Delegacy lxxxv book The Trematoda which was first published in 1946 was reprinted in 1956 and after being out of print for several years was recently re-issued twenty-two years after its first publication He also wrote monograph on the trematodes of fishes and particularly useful work on the history of biology In recent years he has successfully edited Ad- vances in Parasitology for Academic Press and this has enhanced his already established international reputation In his specialised field of fascioliasis he has written many original papers and his work has always been individualistic and based on meticulous research Dr Cox delivered lecture at the Annual Symposium on Ver- tebrate Comparative Anatomy and Palaeontology in Reading He was awarded grant of £200 by the Central Research Fund of the University to support study of correlation of Triassic deposits of the world Dr Cox gave broadcast on the Overseas Service of the BBC on malaria He read papers on Cross immunity between blood parasites' at the eighth international Congress on Tropical Medicine and Malaria at Teheran the Spring meeting of the British Society for Parasitology and the Antibody Club and an invited paper on 'The taxonomic implications of immunity' at valedictory scientific meeting for Professor Harvey at Exeter Dr Healey was appointed member of the University's Com- mittee on Field Biology He gave research seminars to the Animal Ecology Research Group University of Oxford and the Department of Zoology University of Exeter His work on the programme at Meathop Wood Lanes continued and he made seven visits there during the year He also received grant from the Central Research Fund of the University for purchase of further equipment for bomb calorimetry Dr Pye gave lectures to the Science Society St Paul's Girls' School the Scientific meeting of the Zoological Society of London the Psychological Society of Bristol University and the Innominate Club Dr Pye received supplement to his USAF contract to October 1970 of £938 sweep-oscillator was purchased from departmental funds New developments in his work on ultrasound have been tackled by three new graduates and Dr Sewell in continuation of her earlier work has developed an experimental demonstration which conclusively establishes that ultrasonic calls have strong communi- cative value in infant mother relationships in mice Preliminary results by one of the graduates show that the adults have much reduced
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