The Liversidge Research Lectures: The Royal Society of NSW Series 1931–2000

Archibald Liversidge (1847–1927), was an important figure in the Australian scientific community in the late 1800s and early 1900s. It was mainly through the initiative and drive of Liversidge that the Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) was established in 1885, and held its first meeting in Sydney in 1888. Liversidge raised the profile and standard of chemistry in Australia, and he became a Fellow of the Royal Society in 1882.

After his death, he made a bequest to the Royal Society of NSW (which he had served as Secretary and President) to found a Research Lectureship in Chemistry. Five series of lectures arose, two in the UK, and three in Australia. This journal details the thirty-two lectures by eminent Australian and international chemists given as part of the Royal Society of NSW series between 1931 and 2000.

For more information on Archibald Liversidge and his bequest, see the About page of the journal.

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Articles

David J Collins
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Harry Hey
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William John Young
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George Joseph Burrows
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John Stuart Anderson
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John Stuart Anderson
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Frank Philip Bowden
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Lindsay Heathcote Briggs
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Ian Lauder
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Hedley Ralph Marston
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Albert Lloyd George Rees
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Max Rudolph Lemberg
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Sir Geoffrey Malcolm Badger
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Arthur David Wadsley
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Raymond James Wood Le Fèvre
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Denis Oswald Jordan
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Adrien Albert
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Lawrence Ernest Lyons
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Ronald Drayton Brown
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George William Kenneth Cavill
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Arthur John Birch
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Raymond Leslie Martin
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Hans Charles Freeman
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Stanley Roy Johns
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David Parker Craig
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Donald Harold Napper
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Bruce Godfrey Hyde
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Robert John Hunter
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David St Clair Black
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Sever Sternhell
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Ian Gordon Dance
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Dalway John Swaine
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Leonard Francis Lindoy
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Michael Amos Wilson, G S Kamali Kannangara, Damian E Smeulders
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