Royal Society of Edinburgh

The following have been elected Fellows and Honorary Fellows of the Royal Society of Edinburgh:

Fellows: Robert John Aitken, Centre for Reproductive Biology, Edinburgh; Kathleen Janette Anderson, Napier University; Malcolm Anderson, Edinburgh University; Thomas Johnstone Anderson, Edinburgh University; Michael John Baker, Strathclyde University; Allan Balmain, Glasgow University; Nicholas Hamilton Barton, Edinburgh University; Jean Duthie Beggs, Edinburgh University; Peter G. Bruce, St Andrews University; Rodney Martineau Burstall, Edinburgh University; David Craig Carter, Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh and Edinburgh University; Anthony Paul Cohen, Edinburgh University; Mario Joseph Conti, Roman Catholic Bishop of Aberdeen; John Davenport, University Marine Biological Station, Isle of Cumbrae and London University; Peter Anthony Davies, Dundee University; Robert Royds Dickson, MAFF Fisheries Laboratory, Lowestoft; Carol Margaret Duffus, Scottish Agricultural College, Edinburgh; David William Garland, Edinburgh University; Alexander Femister Garvie, Glasgow University; William Morrison Gordon, Glasgow University; John Joseph Haldane, St Andrews University; Graham Hall, Aberdeen University; Giles Pollock Havergal, Citizens' Theatre Ltd, Glasgow; Sir Robert Russell Hillhouse, Scottish Office; Michael Leslie Hitchman, Strathclyde University; Richard Frederick Holloway, Bishop of Edinburgh and Primus of the Scottish Episcopal Church; Charles Jones, Edinburgh University; Lawrence John Forbes Keppie, Hunterian Museum, Glasgow University; James Kirk, Glasgow University; Peter John Robert Laybourn, Glasgow University; David Norman Lee, Edinburgh University; Foo Yew Liew, Glasgow University; Michael Lynch, Edinburgh University; Angus John MacIntyre, Mathematical Institute, Oxford; Douglas Mack, Stirling University; Hector Lewis MacQueen, Edinburgh University; John Kenyon Mason, Edinburgh University; John Ferguson McClelland, Digital Equipment Ltd, Irvine; Malcolm Donald McLeod, Hunterian Museum and Art Gallery, Glasgow University; Alan Swain McNeilly, Centre for Reproductive Biology, Edinburgh; Roger James Mercer, Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Scotland, Edinburgh; Richard John Nelmes, Edinburgh University; Roland Arthur Paxton, Heriot-Watt University and Institution of Civil Engineering, Panel for Historical Engineering Works; Keith Philip Pearson, George Heriot's School, Edinburgh; John Low Reid, Glasgow University and Western Infirmary, Glasgow; Michael John Rennie, Dundee University; Eric Renshaw, Strathclyde University; Trevor Bridge Royle, Scotland on Sunday, Edinburgh; David Stanley Saunders, Edinburgh University; Heinz Rudolph Schaffer, Strathclyde University; Roger Davidson Scott, Scottish Universities Research and Reactor Centre, East Kilbride; Peter James Sharp, AFRC Roslin Institute; Donald Geoffrey Smith, Strathclyde University; John Spence, Strathclyde University; Sir Stewart Ross Sutherland, Edinburgh University; John Christopher Walton, St Andrews University; Roger John Watt, Stirling University; Geoffrey Webb, Ninewells Hospital, Dundee; Antoni Marjan Ziolkowski, Edinburgh University.

Honorary Fellows: Archibald Howie, Cambridge University; Bruce Millan, European Union Commission of the European Communities, Brussels; Alberto Morrocco, artist; Muriel Sarah Spark, writer.

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