A discussion among scientists
Metals and Enzymes
In recent years it has been found that metal ions are frequently necessary for the functioning of biological catalysts (enzymes). Present research is directed towards finding which enzymes are metal-activated and the mode of activation.
R. S. Nyholm , D.sc., Ph.D.
Professor of Chemistry.
University College, London
B. R. Rabin , Ph.D.
Department of Biochemistry,
University College. London
Department of Chemistry, University College, London
E. C. Webb, Ph.D.
Department of Biochemistry.
University of Cambridge and R. J. P. Williams, D.Phil.
Inorganic Chemistry Laboratory.
A discussion on human and animal communications will be broadcast in this series on April 19. The chairman will be Dr.
Colin Cherry, of the Imperial College of Science and Technology; and the panel D E. Broadbent, R. L. Gregory, Dr. W. H. Thorpe, and Dr. P. T. Haskell.
Nyholm , D.Sc., Ph.D.
Rabin , Ph.D.
Two talks by Douglas Kennedy
Director of the English Folk Dance and Song Society occasioned by the republication of Child's five-volume collection of ballads (first issued 1882-1898)
2-The Ballad Today
Illustrations sung by Patrick Shuldham-Shaw with the voices of Artus Moser , Bascom Lamar Lunsford
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