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Punnett, Reginald Crundall, 1875-1967 (geneticist and professor of biology, University of Cambridge)

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Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

Reprints of journal articles and research papers by people other than Alan Greenwood, c.1946-1969

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Identifier: Coll-1057/4/4
Scope and Contents Contains: 'A Note on the History of the Royal Society Club of Edinburgh' by Douglas Guthrie (typescript, not dated, c.1946); 'Lasswade' by J.E Wilson, reprinted from the State Veterinary Journal (not dated, c.1951); 'Section E: Husbandry and Miscellaneous', Symposium: The Use of Artificial Light, photocopied reprint from the ...
Dates: c.1946-1969

Two typescript copies of a memorandum titled 'The Position of Genetics in the University' and three typescript copies of a piece titled 'The Present Position of Genetics and Embryology', February 1941

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Identifier: Coll-41/9/1
Scope and Contents The memorandum, in which interestingly Waddington mentions 'epigenetics' as important future course of study, arose out of the impending retirement of Professor Reginald Punnett from the Arthur Balfour Chair of Genetics at the University of Cambridge, which, according to the memorandum, gave 'an opportunity for a reconsideration of the position of genetics in the University and of its relation to other biological departments.'
Dates: February 1941

Visitors Book, with index of names, 1895-1898

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Identifier: Coll-14/8/2
Scope and Contents The names are assumed to relate to visitors to Ewart's residence at the Bungalow, Penicuik. Index includes tick boxes next to categories such as 'Sheep and wool' and '21 Days Horse', which possibly relate to people's research interests or purchases. Names include: G. Baldwin Brown, J. Burdon-Sanderson, Arthur Cecil, , A. Geikie, R.B Haldane, F.H.A Marshall, R.C Punnett, Arthur E. Shipley and E.N Wentworth.
Dates: 1895-1898