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Notable Scientists

Henry E Armstrong

Henry Armstrong's work was centred on chemistry education within engineering schools, and through it he came to be recognised as a founding father of chemical engineering. He played an important part in establishing the SCI Process Engineering Group.

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Sir George Beilby

George Beilby was SCI World President in 1898 and contributed greatly to SCI's growth in Scotland. A Beilby Memorial Fund to reward exceptional research was raised in his honour by subscription.

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Leslie Herbert Lampitt

Leslie Lampitt was a founder member of the Food Group, and the Lampitt Medal was initially funded by subscriptions from staff and suppliers to J Lyons and Co, to honour his contribution to SCI.

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Sir William Perkin

Sir William Perkin (1838-1907), created the world's first synthetic dye, mauveine, at the age of 18. The Perkin Medal, which commemorates him, is the highest honour given for outstanding applied chemistry in the US.

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