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1 xviii Annual Report of the Delegacy DEPARTMENT OF BIOCHEMISTRY Number of Students 248 63 Sc Intercalated degree for medical students April 1971-June 1972 April 1972-June 1973 Sc School of Biological Sciences 74 Ph 19 Departmental Notes meeting of the Physical Biochemistry Group of the British Bio- physical Society on 'The interaction of ions and small molecules with polynucleotides and nucleoproteins' was organised by Dr Stevens and held in the new Strand building on January 22nd 1972 At the Biochemical Society Symposium on 'The structure and formation of eukaryotic ribosomes' which was held in Glasgow on June 8th 1972 Professor Arnstein acted as chairman of the afternoon session and in his capacity of Secretary-General he attended the Coun- cii meeting of the Federation of European Biochemical Societies in Amsterdam in August He also gave lectures at the National Institute for Medical Research Mill Hill and the London Hospital Medical College Dr Cannon lectured on 'The metabolic uses of radioisotopes' to the Postgraduate Training Centre at Harwell He has been awarded 'Sir Henry Wellcome Travelling Fellowship' by the Medical Research Council tenable at the University of Wisconsin for one year from September 15th 1972 Dr Kogut visited the Hebrew University Hadasseh Medical School Jerusalem from April to May 1972 as visiting lecturer to the Department of Medical Education There has been marked improvement in the laboratory facilities for both undergraduate teaching and research as result of the allocation to the department of several former chemistry laboratories in the south- east block and the conversion of the old physiology lecture theatre into laboratory with adjacent chromatography and cold rooms These developments should enable the department to cater more adequately for the increasing number of science students opting for biochemistry courses
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