Finding Number (Click this to view full catalogue structure)US36
TitleUniversity of Birmingham Staff Papers: Papers of John Heaver Fremlin
Extent2 volumes
DescriptionTwo volumes of his collected papers 1939-1988. These comprise papers relating to: Electronics, technical and instrumental physics, 1939-1955; nuclear physics, radioactivity: cyclotrons, 1950-1966; heavy-ion physics, 1953-1959; relativity, the solar system, general physics, 1966-1979; dental research, 1957-1980; charged particle activation analysis, 1970-1975; applied radioisotopes, 1977-1978; thermoluminescence, 1965-1975; in vivo activation analysis, 1968-1984; hazards, conservation and risk assessment, 1955-1988; general science, 1965-1986; social and educational, 1939-1985; tail piece, 1961-1988.
ArrangementThe collection is arranged chronologically within the series described above.
Access ConditionsAccess to all registered researchers
Finding AidsThere is no other finding aid to this collection available at present. Please address any enquiries about this collection to the University Archivist.
Access StatusOpen
Administrative HistoryJohn Heaver Fremlin (b 1913) was educated at Berkhamsted School and Trinity College, Cambridge. Career: Research staff, Standard Telephones and Cables Ltd, 1937-1945; Research Fellow, Birmingham University 1945-1946; Lecturer in Physics, 1947-1958, Reader in Physics, 1958-1965 and Professor of Applied Radioactivity, 1966-1980; Scientific consultant on Nuclear Power Problems to Cumbria County Council; Honorary member of the Hospital Physicists ' Association. His publications: included: 'Applications of Nuclear Physics', 1964; 'Be Fruitful and Multiply: Life at the Limits of Population', 1972; 'Power Production - What are the Risks?', 1985; and various papers and articles in technical journals.
AcquisitionDeposited by the Physics Department, University of Birmingham in 1988/89
Related MaterialThe Cadbury Research Library: Special Collections also holds the archives of the University of Birmingham and archives of other former staff, officials and students


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