Léo Marion

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Léo Edmond Marion
Born (1899-03-22)March 22, 1899
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
Died July 16, 1979(1979-07-16) (aged 80)
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
Occupation organic chemist
Title President of the Royal Society of Canada
Term 1964-1965
Predecessor Maurice Lebel
Successor William Kaye Lamb
Awards Order of Canada
Order of the British Empire
Fellow of the Royal Society[1]

Léo Edmond Marion, CC MBE FRSC FRS[1] (March 22, 1899 – July 16, 1979) was a Canadian scientist.

He was Vice-President of the National Research Council of Canada. From 1964 until 1965 he was President of the Royal Society of Canada. From 1965 until 1969, he was Dean of Faculty of Pure and Applied Science at the University of Ottawa.



  1. ^ a b Lemieux, R. U.; Edwards, O. E. (1980). "Leo Edmond Marion. 22 March 1899-16 July 1979". Biographical Memoirs of Fellows of the Royal Society. 26: 357. doi:10.1098/rsbm.1980.0011. 

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