Correspondents files under the letter W described as 'Assorted Alphabetical Files' covering WEL-WIL, 1977-1995
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Subjects include: use of live cells and radio isotopes to identify cancer cells; scientists opinions on Enoch Powell and debate on Government's policy for science and embryo experimentation for embryonic research (Powell Bill).
- Folder 1: Mr. Kenneth J. Welch, Lord Wells-Pestell, Dr. Federico Welsch, Dr. Kaye Wellings, Mr R. J. Welsman, Mandy Wertheim, Dr. Carol Westbrook, Mrs. I. Westbury, The Dean of Westminster [Rev. Michael Mayne], Bernice Weston, Dame Margaret Weston, Mrs. Margaret Westwood, Dr. Nancy S. Wexler, Dr. John Whatman, Richard Wheelan, Dr. Richard David Henry Whelan, Jane Whistler, Mr. David White, Dr. Perrin C. White, Lovell, White & King, Dr. John Raymond Whitehead, R. H. Whitehead, Miss Sharon Whitehead, Alexander John Whittaker, Lisa Williams, Miss Lisa Ann Williams ( =Res.)
- Folder 2: Dr. David Whitehouse, Professor J. Michael A. Whitehouse, Stuart Whitehouse, D. Whitaker, Dr. Alice Whittemore, Professor R. Whittenbury, Professor Harry Whittington, Dr. Martin Whittle, Ms. Leah Joanna Whitton, Dr. Dr. Ian Wicks, Rohan H. Wickramasinghe, Gio C. M. Wiederhold, M. E. Wiener, Dr. Michael Wigler, Mr. Dafydd Wigley, Klaus Wild, Tom Wileman, Mr. Michael Van Wiles, Professor Donald Wilhelm, Professor David Wilkie, Tom Wilkie, Linda S. Wilkinson, Rear Admiral Nicholas Wilkinson, Keith Wilson, Dr. Teresa Willcocks, Professor Alan Frederick Williams, Dr. A. Olufemi Williams, Rev. Christopher Williams, Dr. C. J. Williams, David Williams, Sir D. Williams, David A. Williams, D. Gwyn Williams, Sir Edgar Williams, Professor Geraint T. Williams, Dr. Peter Williams, Dr. Robert C. Williams, Mrs Ruth J. Williams, Mrs Shirley Williams
1 box (2 folders)
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