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ASAP Council of Friends




The ASAP Council of Friends was established to enlist the support of leading people in society who are supportive of ASAPís broader cultural heritage mission and are keen to see ASAP develop and flourish as an organisation.


Membership


Ditta Bartels BSc, DipEd, PhD; Director, European Affairs, University of New South Wales; President of the Federation of Australian Scientific and Technological Societies (FASTS), 1992-94; Counsellor for Industry, Science and Technology, Australian Embassy in Bonn, Germany, 1989-1991.


David P. Craig AO, DSc, PhD, Hon DSc (Sydney), Hon DrChem (Bologna), FRACI, FRIC, FRS, FAA; Emeritus Professor Australian National University; President, Australian Academy of Science, 1990-1994.


David R. Curtis MBBS, PhD, FRACP, FRS, FAA; Howard Florey Professor of Medical Research and Director of the John Curtin School of Medical Research, Australian National University, 1989-1992; President of the Australian Academy of Science, 1990-1994.


Michael C.M. Deeley MA, Dphil; Managing Director and Chief Executive of ICI Australia, from 1987.


Lloyd T. Evans AO, MagrSc, Dphil, DSc, Hon LLD, FRS, FAA; Former Chief Research Scientist, Division of Plant Industry, CSIRO Canberra; President of the Australian Academy of Science, 1978-1982.


Roy M. McLeod AB, PhD, FRHistS; Professor of History, University of Sydney from 1982.


Ann Moyal AM, Independent author of a number of authoritative books on the history of Australian science and technology.


George Nichols BA (Hons); Director-General of Australian Archives from 1990; career public servant within the Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet 1975-1990.


Sir Gustav J.V. Nossal AC, Kt, CBE, MBBS, BSc, PhD, Hon MD, Hon DSc, FRCP, FRACP, FRCPA, FRACMA, FRSE, FTS, FRS, FAA; Professor of Medical Biology, University of Melbourne; Director of the Walter and Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research, 1965-1996; President of the Australian Academy of Science from 1994.





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Published by: Australian Science Archives Project on ASAPWeb, 1 September 1998
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