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The Tercentenary Lectures were a series of lectures held during the 300th anniversary year of the Royal Society, London in 1960.
List of lecturers
|Darlington, C. D.C. D. Darlington||The chromosomes and the theory of heredity.||—|
|Hall, Arnold AlexanderArnold Alexander Hall||Trends in aeronautical science and engineering.||—|
|Hinton, ChristopherChristopher Hinton||The evolution of nuclear power plant design.||—|
|Hodgkin, Alan LloydAlan Lloyd Hodgkin||The physics and chemistry of nervous conduction.||—|
|Hodgkin, DorothyDorothy Hodgkin||Molecules in crystals.||—|
|Lovell, BernardBernard Lovell||The investigation of the Universe by radio astronomy.||—|
|Medawar, PeterPeter Medawar||The problems of transplantation.||—|
|Powell, C. F.C. F. Powell||The study of nuclear interactions at very great energies.||—|
|Todd, Alexander R.Alexander R. Todd||New horizons in organic chemistry.||—|
|Wigglesworth, VincentVincent Wigglesworth||The metamorphosis of insects.||—|
- "The Tercentenary Lectures (1960)". Retrieved 2009-03-20.