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Brian McMurry, b. 1931 (Recording I)

6.9915.00

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Track 1: His northern background, early education, and introduction to chemistry at St. Andrew’s College, DublinTrack 2: His entry to Trinity College on a Sizarship in Experimental Science in 1949Track 3: His election as a Foundation Scholar in 1951, and his graduation with a Gold Medal in 1953. Track 4: His PhD on ‘Chemistry of Santonin’ in 1956 and the study involved. Track 5: His mentors and lecturers, his work as a Junior Lecturer, and as Lecturer in ChemistryTrack 6: Elected to Fellowship in 1959. Awarded Scholarship by Scholarship Exchange Board to work with Professor R.B.Woodward in Harvard (1961-1962). Returned to Trinity, collaborating with Wesley Cocker. Seconded to the University of Lagos in Nigeria as the first Professor of Chemistry.

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Description

Track 1: His northern background, early education, and introduction to chemistry at St. Andrew’s College, DublinTrack 2: His entry to Trinity College on a Sizarship in Experimental Science in 1949Track 3: His election as a Foundation Scholar in 1951, and his graduation with a Gold Medal in 1953. Track 4: His PhD on ‘Chemistry of Santonin’ in 1956 and the study involved. Track 5: His mentors and lecturers, his work as a Junior Lecturer, and as Lecturer in ChemistryTrack 6: Elected to Fellowship in 1959. Awarded Scholarship by Scholarship Exchange Board to work with Professor R.B.Woodward in Harvard (1961-1962). Returned to Trinity, collaborating with Wesley Cocker. Seconded to the University of Lagos in Nigeria as the first Professor of Chemistry.

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Type:

Disk, MP3

Audio series:

Trinity College, Dublin, Collection

Bitrate:

160

Download time limit:

48 hours

File size(s):

13.07 MB, 4.50 MB, 12.11 MB, 5.43 MB, 3.88 MB, 12.06 MB, 34.41 MB

Number of files:

7

Product ID:

CDTCD01-11

Subject:

Fellow Emeritus, Professor of Organic Chemistry

Recorded by:

Maurice O’Keeffe – Irish Life and Lore

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