Goldsmiths' Professor of Materials Science

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The Goldsmiths' Professorship of Materials Science is a professorship in the University of Cambridge, associated with the Department of Materials Science and Metallurgy.[1]

The professorship was established by grace of 20 November 1931 as the Goldsmiths' Professorship of Metallurgy to replace the Goldsmiths' Readership in Metallurgy. A further gift of £12,500 was received from the Goldsmiths' Company in 1933. It was retitled the Goldsmiths' Professorship of Materials Science by grace 4 of 19 June 1991.

Goldsmiths' Professors of Metallurgy[edit]

Goldsmiths' Professors of Materials Science[edit]

2008 Anthony Cheetham[4]

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  1. ^ Department of Materials Science and Metallurgy
  2. ^ Tributes paid to Professor Sir Robert Honeycombe (1921–2007), 2007-09-19, retrieved 2009-03-30 
  3. ^ Old Testament: new ideas, 2003-01-16, retrieved 2009-03-30 
  4. ^ Report of the General Board on the establishment of a single-tenure Professorship of Materials Science, 2007-05-04, retrieved 2009-03-30