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PEOPLE Dr. Gilbert leaves B.N.F. Dr. P. T . Gilbert, F.R.I.C., honorary recorder of the Corrosion Group of the Society of Chemical Industry, has been appointed deputy chief metal­ lurgist at the Yorkshire Copper Works Ltd. Dr. Gilbert, who was formerly head of the Corrosion Section of the British Non-Ferrous Metals Research As­ sociation, has been a member of the Society of Chemical Industry since Baird & Tatlock appointment Sir Bernard Keen, D.SC., F.INST.P., F.R.S., until recently director of the East African Agriculture and Forestry Research Organisation, has been ap­ pointed scientific advisor to Baird & Tatlock (London) Ltd. Previously, Sir Bernard was assistant Retirement from I.C.I. director and head of the Soil Physics Department, Rothamsted Experi­ Dr. D. G. Hopkins, a joint manag­ he was primarily concerned with mental Station; director of the Central ing director of I.C.I. Paints Division, stationary batteries. A year later he Agricultural Research Institute, India, has retired after 33 years of service became manager of the newly opened and during the war he was scientific with I.C.I. Bristol Exide depot and area sales advisor to the Joint Anglo-American Dr. Hopkins was educated in Swan­ manager. He remained at Bristol until Middle East Supply Centre. sea, and was afterwards a Royal 1931, when he was recalled to head Sir Bernard Keen took up his Scholar at the Imperial College of office in London to take up the appoint­ appointment with Baird & Tatlock on Science in London. During the first ment of manager of the Drydex depart­ a full-time basis on October 17, and is world war he served with the Royal ment of Chloride Batteries. Under his available for consultation by arrange­ Engineers and, in 1916, went to I.C.I. direction the company has become ment at the company's offices at 14-17 as a plant superintendent at the during the last 24 years one of the St. Cross Street, London, E.C.I. Pembrey (South Wales) works of largest suppliers of dry batteries in Nobels Explosives Co. Ltd. When the country. Exide sales appointment this works closed in 1919, he took up an appointment as lecturer in chemis­ Chloride Batteries Ltd. have ap­ Developments in the paint industry try at the University of Wales. From pointed A. C. Stewart as the new The second part of an article 1922 to 1925 he was a research assis­ assistant sales manager under E. entitled 'The Evaluation of Aluminium Powell, director and sales manager of tant to the professor of physical Pigments,' by G. M. Babcock and the company. chemistry at the University of Bristol. F . B. Rethwisch, will be appearing in Mr. Stewart joined the company in He then returned to the Nobel our sister journal, Paint Manufacture, March 1921 and, after training, was Division, first as a research chemist this month, together with features on appointed service manager at the and later as a member of the technical the use of stearates and isocyanates in Exide works at Clifton Junction. In department. He was temporarily the paint industry. 1923 he became the company's repre­ seconded in 1928 to the Slough works The December issue of World Crops sentative in south-west England, where of Naylor Bros. (London) Ltd., one of discusses problems of conveying and the predecessor companies of the storage, and our readers may be in­ Paints Division. During his 27 years terested in two articles,' Grain Storage with the Paints Division, Dr. Hopkins Not e t o Authors in Tropical Climates,' by T . A. Oxley, served as Slough works manager, The publishers of CORROSION and 'Mobile Suction Pneumatic- assistant technical manager, division TECHNOLOGY invite the submission Conveyor Units.' supply manager, production director of manuscripts of books to be con­ Other current technical articles and, since January 1949, as a joint sidered for publication. All manu­ include: 'Plastic Film as Moisture managing director. scripts will be carefully considered Barrier,' by H. Wilkin Perry, and by qualified experts. A synopsis with 'Expansion of Granite' in Building chapter headings should be sent to Materials; 'Raising the Status of Croda appointment the Book Production Manager. Canned Vegetables,' in Food Manu­ facture; 'High-Vacuum Technique,' George R. Hambrough, A.M.TECH.I., The publishers are specialists in by S. L. Martin, M.SC., F.R.I.C, in formerly chief chemist of Croda Ltd., technical and scientific books, and Chemical & Process Engineering, and has been elected a technical director have a world-wide selling and dis­ 'Linings for Mild Steel Milk Tanks,' of C. M. Keyworth & Co. Ltd., a tributing organisation. by S. H. Colton, in Dairy Engineering. wholly owned subsidiary of Croda Ltd. 384 CORROSION TECHNOLOGY December 1955 http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Anti-Corrosion Methods and Materials Emerald Publishing

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Dr. Gilbert leaves B.N.F. Dr. P. T . Gilbert, F.R.I.C., honorary recorder of the Corrosion Group of the Society of Chemical Industry, has been appointed deputy chief metal­ lurgist at the Yorkshire Copper Works Ltd. Dr. Gilbert, who was formerly head of the Corrosion Section of the British Non-Ferrous Metals Research As­ sociation, has been a member of the Society of Chemical Industry since Baird & Tatlock appointment Sir Bernard Keen, D.SC., F.INST.P., F.R.S., until recently director of the East African Agriculture and Forestry Research Organisation, has been ap­ pointed scientific advisor to Baird & Tatlock (London) Ltd. Previously, Sir Bernard was assistant Retirement from I.C.I. director and head of the Soil Physics Department, Rothamsted Experi­ Dr. D. G. Hopkins, a joint manag­ he was primarily concerned with mental Station; director of the Central ing director of I.C.I. Paints Division, stationary batteries. A year later he Agricultural Research Institute, India, has retired after 33 years of service became manager of the newly opened and during the war he was scientific with I.C.I. Bristol Exide depot and area sales advisor to the Joint Anglo-American Dr. Hopkins was educated in Swan­ manager. He remained at Bristol until Middle East Supply Centre. sea, and was afterwards a Royal 1931, when he was recalled to head Sir Bernard Keen took up his Scholar at the Imperial College of office in London to take up the appoint­ appointment with Baird & Tatlock on Science in London. During the first ment of manager of the Drydex depart­ a full-time basis on October 17, and is world war he served with the Royal ment of Chloride Batteries. Under his available for consultation by arrange­ Engineers and, in 1916, went to I.C.I. direction the company has become ment at the company's offices at 14-17 as a plant superintendent at the during the last 24 years one of the St. Cross Street, London, E.C.I. Pembrey (South Wales) works of largest suppliers of dry batteries in Nobels Explosives Co. Ltd. When the country. Exide sales appointment this works closed in 1919, he took up an appointment as lecturer in chemis­ Chloride Batteries Ltd. have ap­ Developments in the paint industry try at the University of Wales. From pointed A. C. Stewart as the new The second part of an article 1922 to 1925 he was a research assis­ assistant sales manager under E. entitled 'The Evaluation of Aluminium Powell, director and sales manager of tant to the professor of physical Pigments,' by G. M. Babcock and the company. chemistry at the University of Bristol. F . B. Rethwisch, will be appearing in Mr. Stewart joined the company in He then returned to the Nobel our sister journal, Paint Manufacture, March 1921 and, after training, was Division, first as a research chemist this month, together with features on appointed service manager at the and later as a member of the technical the use of stearates and isocyanates in Exide works at Clifton Junction. In department. He was temporarily the paint industry. 1923 he became the company's repre­ seconded in 1928 to the Slough works The December issue of World Crops sentative in south-west England, where of Naylor Bros. (London) Ltd., one of discusses problems of conveying and the predecessor companies of the storage, and our readers may be in­ Paints Division. During his 27 years terested in two articles,' Grain Storage with the Paints Division, Dr. Hopkins Not e t o Authors in Tropical Climates,' by T . A. Oxley, served as Slough works manager, The publishers of CORROSION and 'Mobile Suction Pneumatic- assistant technical manager, division TECHNOLOGY invite the submission Conveyor Units.' supply manager, production director of manuscripts of books to be con­ Other current technical articles and, since January 1949, as a joint sidered for publication. All manu­ include: 'Plastic Film as Moisture managing director. scripts will be carefully considered Barrier,' by H. Wilkin Perry, and by qualified experts. A synopsis with 'Expansion of Granite' in Building chapter headings should be sent to Materials; 'Raising the Status of Croda appointment the Book Production Manager. Canned Vegetables,' in Food Manu­ facture; 'High-Vacuum Technique,' George R. Hambrough, A.M.TECH.I., The publishers are specialists in by S. L. Martin, M.SC., F.R.I.C, in formerly chief chemist of Croda Ltd., technical and scientific books, and Chemical & Process Engineering, and has been elected a technical director have a world-wide selling and dis­ 'Linings for Mild Steel Milk Tanks,' of C. M. Keyworth & Co. Ltd., a tributing organisation. by S. H. Colton, in Dairy Engineering. wholly owned subsidiary of Croda Ltd. 384 CORROSION TECHNOLOGY December 1955

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