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The Florey Lecture was a lecture organised by the Royal Society of London.
List of lecturers
|1982||Huxley, Andrew FieldingAndrew Fielding Huxley||Discovery: accident of design?||—|
|1983||Fenner, Frank JohnFrank John Fenner||Biological control, as exemplified by smallpox eradication and myxomatosis.||—|
|1984||Burgen, Arnold Stanley VincentArnold Stanley Vincent Burgen||Order and disorder: targets for drug action.||—|
|1985||Nossal, Gustav Joseph VictorGustav Joseph Victor Nossal||The regulatory biology of antibody formation.||—|
|1986||Epstein, Michael AnthonyMichael Anthony Epstein||Vaccine prevention of virus-induced human cancers.||—|
|1987||Porter, Rodney RobertRodney Robert Porter||Corticomotoneuronal projections: synaptic events related to skilled movement.||—|
|1988||Gurdon, John BertrandJohn Bertrand Gurdon||How an egg makes an embryo: the initiation of cell differentiation.||—|
|1989||Basten, AntonyAntony Basten||Self-tolerance: the key to autoimmunity.||—|
|1990||Nurse, PaulPaul Nurse||How is the cell cycle regulated?||—|
|1991||Metcalf, DonaldDonald Metcalf||The colony stimulating factors: discovery to clinical use.||—|
|1992||Pelham, HughHugh Pelham||The secretion of protein by cells.||—|
- "The Florey Lecture (1981)". Retrieved 2009-03-20.
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