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Award winnerLectureYearEvent page
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James Hough OBE FRS2020
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Edward Hinds FRSThe quantum revolution in science and technology2019https://royalsociety.org/science-events-and-lectures/2019/03/bakerian-lecture/
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Susan Solomon ForMemRSMeeting the scientific and policy challenges of the Antarctic ozone hole: a global success story2018https://royalsociety.org/science-events-and-lectures/2018/03/bakerian-lecture/
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Andrew HopperFor his outstanding research in computer technology, with significant economic impacts, in particular his work in computer networking and sentient computing systems with an aim to providing sustainability2017
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Andrea GhezThe monster at the heart of our galaxy2016https://royalsociety.org/science-events-and-lectures/2016/03/bakerian-lecture/
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John Ellis
The Long Road to the Higgs Boson - and Beyond
2015https://royalsociety.org/events/2015/03/bakerian-lecture-2015/
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Lynn Gladden
It’s magnetic resonance – but not as you know it 2014https://royalsociety.org/events/2014/magnetic-resonance/
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David LeighMaking the tiniest machines2013http://royalsociety.org/events/2013/tiniest-machines/
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Peter EdwardsMetals and the conducting and superconducting states of matter2012http://royalsociety.org/events/2012/metals/
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Herbert HuppertCarbon storage: caught between a rock and climate change2011http://royalsociety.org/events/2011/carbon-storage/
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Donal BradleyPlastic electronics: the science and application of molecular electronic materials and devices2010http://royalsociety.org/events/2010/plastic-electronics/
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James MurrayMathematics in the real world: From brain tumours to saving marriages2009http://royalsociety.org/events/2009/mathematics-real-world/
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Robin ClarkRaman microscopy, pigments and the arts/science interface2008http://royalsociety.org/events/2008/raman-microscopy/
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Joseph SilkThe dark side of the Universe2007http://royalsociety.org/events/2007/dark-side-universe/
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Athene DonaldThe mesoscopic world - from plastic bags to brain disease - structural similarities in physics2006http://royalsociety.org/events/2006/mesoscopic-world/
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John PendryNegative refraction, the perfect lens and metamaterials2005
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Michael PepperSemiconductor nanostructures and new quantum effects2004
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Christopher DobsonProtein folding and misfolding: from theory to therapy.2003
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Arnold WolfendaleCosmic rays: what are they and where do they come from?2002
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David Sherrington Magnets, microchips, memories and markets: statistical physics of complex systems.2001
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Steve Sparks How volcanoes work.2000
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Peter DayThe molecular chemistry of magnets and superconductors.1999
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Richard EllisThe morphological evolution of the galaxies.1998
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Steven LeySweet dreams: new strategies for oligosaccharide assembly.1997
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Alastair ScottGenetically engineered synthesis of natural products.1996
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Anthony KellyComposites, towards intelligent materials design.1995
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John PolanyiPhotochemistry in the adsorbed state, using light as a scalpel and a crystal as an operating table.1994
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Hans BetheMechanism of supernovae.1993
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Thomas BenjaminThe mystery of vortex breakdown.1992
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John HoughtonThe predictability of weather and climate.1991
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John Meurig ThomasNew microcrystalline catalysts.1990
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Jack LewisCluster compounds, a new aspect of inorganic chemistry.1989
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Walter Eric SpearAmorphous semiconductors, a new generation of electronic materials.1988
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Michael Victor BerryThe semiclassical chaology of quantum eigenvalues.1987
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Walter Heinrich MunkAcoustic monitoring of ocean gyres.1986
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Carlo Rubbia Unification of the electromagnetic and weak forces.1985
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Alan Rushton BattersbyBiosynthesis of the pigments of life.1984
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Alfred Edward RingwoodThe Earths core: its composition, formation and bearing upon the origin of the earth.1983
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Martin John ReesGalaxies and their nuclei.1982
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Robert Joseph Paton WilliamsNatural selection of the chemical elements.1981
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Abdus SalamGauge unification of fundamental forces.1980
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Michael Ellis FisherMulticritical points in magnets and fluids: a review of some novel states of matter.1979
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Robert Lewis Fullarton BoydCosmic exploration by X-rays.1978
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George PorterIn vitro models for photosynthesis.1977
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George Wallace KennerTowards synthesis of proteins.1976
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Michael Francis AtiyahGlobal geometry.1975
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Desmond George King-HeleA view of Earth and air.1974
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Frederick Charles FrankCrystals imperfect.1973
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Dorothy Mary Crowfoot HodgkinInsulin.1972
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Basil John MasonThe physics of the thunderstorm.1971
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Derek Harold Richard BurtonSome approaches to the synthesis of tetracycline.1970
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Richard Henry DalitzParticles and interactions: the problems of high-energy physics1969
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Fred HoyleReview of recent developments in cosmology1968
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Edward Crisp BullardReversals of the Earth's magnetic field1967
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Ronald George Wreyford NorrishThe progress of photochemistry exemplified by reactions of the halogens1966
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Melvin CalvinChemical evolution1965
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Frederick Calland WilliamsInventive technology: the search for better electric machines1964
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Alan Howard CottrellFracture1963
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John Desmond BernalThe structure of liquids1962
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Michael James LighthillSound generated aerodynamically1961
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Gerhard HerzbergThe spectra and structures of free methyl and free methylene.1960
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Edmund Langley HirstMolecular structure in the polysaccharide group.1959
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Martin RyleThe nature of the cosmic radio sources.1958
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Cecil Frank PowellThe elementary particles.1957
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Harry Work MelvilleAddition polymerization.1956
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Marcus Laurence Elwin OliphantThe acceleration of charged particles to very high energies.1955
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Alexander Robertus ToddChemistry of the nucleotides.1954
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Nevill Francis MottDislocations, plastic flow and creep in metals.1953
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Harold JeffreysThe origin of the solar system.1952
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Eric Keightley RidealReactions in monolayers.1951
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Percy Williams BridgmanPhysics above 20 000 kg/cm2.1950
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Harold RaistrickA region of biosynthesis.1949
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George Paget ThonNuclear explosions.1948
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Harry Ralph RicardoSome problems in connexion with the development of a high-speed diesel engine.1947
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Cyril Norman HinshelwoodThe more recent work on the hydrogen-oxygen reaction.1946
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Gordon Miller Bourne DobsonMeteorology of the lower stratosphere.1945
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Walter Norman HaworthThe structure, function and synthesis of polysaccharides.1944
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Richard Vynne SouthwellRelaxation methods: a mathematics for engineering sciences.1943
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Albert Charles ChibnallAmino-acid analysis and the structure of proteins.1942
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Paul Adrien Maurice DiracThe physical interpretation of quantum mechanics.1941
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Nevil Vincent Sidgwick and Herbert Marcus PowellStereochemical types and valency groups.1940
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Patrick Maynard Stuart BlackettPenetrating Cosmic Rays.1939
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Christopher Kelk IngoldThe Structure of Benzene.1938
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Edward Victor AppletonRegularities and Irregularities in the Ionosphere.1937
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Frederic Stanley KippingOrganic Compounds of Silicon.1936
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Ralph Howard FowlerThe Anomalous Specific Heats of Crystals, with special reference to the Contribution of Molecular Rotations.1935
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William Lawrence BraggThe Structure of Alloys.1934
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James ChadwickThe Neutron.1933
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William Arthur BoneThe Combustion of Hydrocarbons.1932
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Sydney ChapmanSome Phenomena of the Upper Atmosphere.1931
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Robert RobinsonThe Molecular Structure of Strychnine and Brucine.1930
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Edward Arthur MilneThe Structure and Opacity of a Stellar Atmosphere.1929
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John Cunningham McLennanThe Aurora and its Spectrum.1928
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Francis William AstonA New Mass-Spectrograph and the Whole Number Rule.1927
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Arthur Stanley EddingtonDiffuse Matter in Interstellar Space.1926
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William Hardy and Ida BircumshawBoundary Lubrication - Plane Surfaces and the Limitations of Amontons Law.1925
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Alfred FowlerThe Spectra of Silicon at Successive Stages of Ionization.1924
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Geoffrey Ingram Taylor and Constance F. ElamThe Distortion of an Aluminium Crystal during a Tensile Test.1923
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Thomas Ralph Merton and S. BarrattOn the Spectrum of Hydrogen.1922
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