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The Society is delighted to announce the names of the winners of its medals and funds.
Voting for the elections to Council 2015-2016 is now available to Fellows.
Twelve nominations have been received for the seven vacancies on Council. Voting will close on 31 March 2015.
See the 2015 programme of free monthly public lectures at Burlington House.
After 18 years of serving the Society the Executive Secretary, Edmund Nickless, has announced his intention to retire in September.
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