Salford Royal Hospital

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Astronomer Royal
... Astronomer Royal is a senior post in the Royal Households of the United Kingdom ... King Charles II, who founded the Royal Observatory Greenwich in 1675 instructed the first Astronomer Royal John Flamsteed, ".. ... of places for the perfecting the art of navigation." From that time until 1972 the Astronomer Royal was Director of the Royal Observatory Greenwich ...
Iris - Transport Vessels
... HMS Iris, the name of several Royal Navy ships USS Iris, the name of several U.S ... Iris, a 1920s British biplane flying boat MV Royal Iris, a ferry operating until 1991 MV Royal Iris of the Mersey, a ferry operating since 2001 Iris (shipwreck), a sunken schooner in Lake ...
Michael Faraday - Royal Institution and Public Service
... Faraday was the first Fullerian Professor of Chemistry at the Royal Institution of Great Britain, a position to which he was appointed for life ... John 'Mad Jack' Fuller, who created the position at the Royal Institution ... Faraday was elected a member of the Royal Society in 1824, appointed director of the laboratory in 1825 and in 1833 he was appointed Fullerian Professor ...
Eccles Interchange - Bus Services
... Manchester (1 journey) Manchester Shudehill via Salford Royal Hospital, Pendleton and Broughton B Brookhouse E 19 Arriva North West Trafford Park E 22 First Greater Manchester Stagecoach ...
Frederick Abel - Education
... Born in London, Abel studied chemistry at the Royal Polytechnic Institution and in 1845 became one of the original 26 students of A ... von Hofmann at the Royal College of Chemistry ... he was appointed lecturer in chemistry at the Royal Military Academy, Woolwich, succeeding Michael Faraday, who had held that post since 1829 ...

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