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Chemistry

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Scope Note: Created For = NAHSTE

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Course Descriptions , 1960-1961

 File
Identifier: Coll-1577/3/4
Scope and Contents Papers related mostly to the Department of Molecular Biology at the University of Edinburgh (one item from University of Cambridge.) Includes course notes and outlines and a binder containing administrative papers related to the Department of Molecular Biology at Edinburgh University.
Dates: 1960-1961

Letter to Arthur James Balfour from Professor Alexander Crum Brown, 04 July 1904

 Item
Identifier: Coll-14/9/9/70
Scope and Contents Crum Brown writes to Balfour that he believes the University of Edinburgh should have three ordinary professors of Chemistry who work co-operatively together and who are each assigned a laboratory and junior staff. He then includes some financial projections for salaries and a new building which he states 'should not be ornate' and should be built so it could be extended.
Dates: 04 July 1904

University of Edinburgh, King's Buildings Development: buildings plans, 1951-1978

 Sub-Series
Identifier: PJM/PJMA/EUD/D/5
Scope and Contents The University of Edinburgh, King's Buildings Development: buildings plans consists of: plans: proposed car park plans, (1971 plans: College of Agriculture, (1954-1974) plans: King's Buildings Centre, (1964-1973) plans: Maths / Physics Institute, (1965-1975) plans: zoology building, (1959-1973 plans: department of animal...
Dates: 1951-1978

University of Edinburgh, King's Buildings Development: chemistry extension - conversion of animal genetics building, 1951

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Identifier: PJM/PJMA/EUD/D/5.13.1
Scope and Contents 1 copy of an architectural plan (65cm x 75cm) by the University of Edinburgh Works department showing a planned extension to the Chemistry Building at the University of Edinburgh King's Buildings. This was to be achieved through conversion of the disused animal genetics building. The plan shows sections, plans, elevations and a site plan all at 1/8" to 1' scale.
Dates: 1951