Science Research Council
Found in 91 Collections and/or Records:
A printed booklet of the Research Councils regarding the Agricultural Research Council, Medical Research Council, Natural Environment Research Council, Science Research Council and Social Science Research Council.
Circulation lists for local orders of the Royal Greenwich Observatory and notices of the Science Research Council.
A letter from the Science Research Council, 5 September 1973, enclosing a notice of the meeting of P.I.L.O.T. (Panel on Instrumentation for Large Optical Telescopes) on 18 September, with copies of Redman's replies to Miss Melville, Science Research Council, 6 September, and J. Ring, 12 September, stating that he does not expect to be able to attend.
Correspondence between the Royal Greenwich Observatory and the Science Research Council and others regarding various allowances, the foreign service allowance and the 'on call' allowances.
Correspondence regarding financial matters with, among others, the Hydrographic Department of the Admiralty; Sir Howard Grubb, Parsons and Co. Ltd; P.M.S. Blackett of Imperial College, London; the Board of Trade; the Science Research Council; and the Ministry of Public Building and Works.
Correspondence between the Science Research Council and the Inland Revenue regarding income tax.
Correspondence regarding secondment from the Civil Service to the Science Research Council, including contracts of employment for staff transferred to the S.R.C.
Correspondence with B.N. Watts, J. Hutchinson and I.A. Learmouth, all of the Science Research Council, and others regarding Spectracons.
Correspondence regarding the negotiation and implementation of a productivity scheme within the Science Research Council.
Correspondence regarding reports to the Science Research Council for the Astronomy Policy Grants Committee and the Astronomy, Space and Radio Board, including correspondence with J. Hutchinson of the S.R.C. There are also various annual reports of the Large Telescope User's Panel.
Notes on the Astronomical Working Party at Canberra; a visit to Siding Spring; and meetings of the Science Research Council Board in London, Newcastle and Cambridge.
Correspondence regarding the Institution of Professional Civil Servants and the Association of Astronomers, a section of the Admiralty Scientific Staffs Branch of the I.P.C.S. There are letters regarding the business of the I.P.C.S. and the election of officials, and comments by unions on the formation of the Science Research Council and the Trend Report.
Correspondence regarding the Isaac Newton Telescope Coudé spectrograph with, among others, Sir Howard Grubb, Parsons and Co. Ltd, Newcastle-upon-Tyne; the Navy Works Department of the Admiralty; R.O. Redman of The Observatories, Cambridge; and the Science Research Council. There are also details of a proposed design for the Coudé spectrograph.
Correspondence regarding the Isaac Newton Telescope correcting lens with, among others, Sir Howard Grubb, Parsons and Co. Ltd, Newcastle-upon-Tyne; C.G. Wynne of the Imperial College of Science and Technology, London; the Directorate General of Works, Ministry of Public Building and Works; and J.F. Hosie of the Science Research Council.
Correspondence with the Science Research Council and Hailsham Rural District Council, among others, regarding the building for the Isaac Newton Telescope crane.
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