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Professor Samuel J.Thomson, BSc, PhD, DSc, CChem, FRSC, FRSE
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Professor Samuel J.Thomson, BSc, PhD, DSc, CChem, FRSC, FRSE.
Professor Emeritus, Glasgow University, since 1987; Honorary Senior Research Fellow, since 1987;
Born: 27.9.22, Hamilton; m., Christina M. Mactaggart, BSc, PhD; 1 s.; 1 d.
Education: Hamilton Academy; Glasgow University.
Career: Lt., Royal Signals, 1944; Lecturer in Radiochemistry, Durham University, 1951; Lecturer, Senior Lecturer, Reader, Titular Professor, Glasgow University, 1957-87. Member, British Railways Board, Scottish Committee, 1989-94; Adviser to BR Railfreight Distribution, 1994-96, to EWS Railway, 1997-98, to Freightliner, Scotland, 1999, Director, 2001-02.
Publications: books and papers on surface chemistry and catalysis, etc.
Recreations: visual perception; reading.
Address: (h.) 10 Balfleurs Street, Milngavie, Glasgow G62 8HW; Telephone: -0141-956 2622.
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