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|Bragg, William Henry.|
Adm. pens. at TRINITY, June 1, 1880.
S. and h. of Robert John, of Ramsey, Isle of Man. B. July 2, 1862, at Stoneraise Place, Wigton, Cumberland.
School, King William's College, Isle of Man.
Matric. Michs. 1881; Scholar, 1882; B.A. (3rd Wrangler, 1884); M.A. 1888; [p.359] Hon. Sc.D. 1932.
Hon. Fellow, 1920.
Professor of Mathematics at Adelaide University, Australia, 1886-1908.
A member of the Council of South Australian School of Mines and Industries, 1895-1908; and of the University of Adelaide, 1898-1906.
Cavendish Professor at Leeds University, 1909-15.
Quain Professor of Physics at London University, 1915-23.
Received Nobel Prize (together with his son W. L. Bragg, subsequently Cavendish Professor at Cambridge) 1915.
Royal Society medal, 1916.
Franklin Gold medal and Copley Gold medal, 1930.
Barnard medal (Columbia University) 1914.
Gold medal (Italy) 1917.
Director of Research at the Admiralty Experimental Station, 1916-17.
Director of the Royal Institution of Great Britain and of the Davy-Faraday Research Laboratory, 1923-. President of the Institute of Physics, 1925.
President of the Royal Society, 1936.
Hon. D.Sc. (Oxford) 1926.
Hon. LL.D. (Durham) 1924.
LL.D. (Pennsylvania) 1925; at St Andrew's, 1925.
Hon. D.Sc. (Brown University) 1914.
D.Sc. (Manchester) 1914.
D.Sc. (Leeds) 1919.
D.Sc. (Dublin) 1920.
Married and had issue.
Of Whatlands, Chiddingfold, Surrey.
Author, Studies in Radio-Activity; The Universe of Light, etc.
Brother of the above, etc.
Cal., 1935-6; Who's Who, 1938.)
|William Henry BRAGG |
Approx. lifespan: 18621942
Adm pens. Trinity College 1880:06:01
s. and h. of Robert John BRAGG of Ramsey, Isle of Man ,
b. Stoneraise Place, [Stoneraise, Wigton], Cumberland , 1862:07:02
School Sch: King William's College Isle of Man ,
BA 3 rd Wrangler 1884
Hon. ScD 1932
Hon. Fellow 1920
Professor of Mathematics at: : Sch: Adelaide University [Adelaide], Australia , 1886-1908
Member of: : Sch: Council of South Australian School of Mines and Industries 1895-1908
and of Sch: University of Adelaide Adelaide, [Australia], 1898-1906
Cavendish Professor at: : Sch: Leeds University [Leeds], [West Riding of Yorkshire], 1909-15
Quain Professor of Physics at: : Sch: London University [London], 1915-23
Received Nobel Prize (together with his son W. L. Bragg, subsequently
Cavendish Professor at: : Cambridge) 1915
Royal Society Medal 1916
Franklin Gold Medal and
Copley Gold Medal 1930
Barnard Medal ( Sch: Columbia University ) 1914
Gold Medal ( Italy , ) 1917
Director of Research at: : Admiralty Experimental Station 1916-17
Director of: : Sch: Royal Institution of < > XGBT , and of Davy-Faraday Research Laboratory 1923-.
President of: : Institute of Physics 1925
President of: : Royal Society 1936
Hon. DSc Oxford 1926
Hon.LLD Durham 1924
LLD Pennsylvania 1925
at St Andrew's, [Fife], 1925
Hon. DSc Sch: Brown University 1914
DSc Manchester 1914
DSc Leeds 1919
DSc Dublin 1920
m. and had issue.
Of Whatlands, Chiddingfold, Surrey ,
Author, Studies in Radio-Activity;
The Universe of Light etc.
brother of Robert John BRAGG (1882) etc.
( University Cal . 1935-6; Who's Who 1938)
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