(David) Michael Patrick MINGOS

Biography

Gender Male
Titles N/A
Birthdate 1944-08-06
Education Harvey GS Folkestone, King Edward VII Sch Lytham, UMIST (Dept of Chemistry Prize, BSc), Univ of Sussex (DPhil)
Publications N/A
Recreations tennis, cricket, walking, travelling
Clubs N/A
Style Prof Michael Mingos, FRS
Career Fulbright fell Northwestern Univ 1968-70, ICI fell Univ of Sussex 1970-71, lectr QMC London 1971-76; Univ of Oxford: lectr in chemistry 1976-90, reader 1990-92, fell Keble Coll 1976-92, lectr Pembroke Coll 1977-92, univ assessor 1991-92; Sir Edward Frankland BP prof of inorganic chemistry Imperial Coll London 1992-99, dean Royal Coll of Science 1996-99, princ St Edmund Hall Oxford 1999-2009, emeritus prof of chemistry Univ of Oxford 2009-; memb: SERC, AFRC, ACOST, HEFCE, European Science Fndn Ctees; memb Editorial Bd: Transition Metal Chemistry, Advances in Inorganic Chemistry, Chemistry Soc Reviews, New Jl of Chemistry, Inorganic Chemistry; regnl ed Jl of Organometallic Chemistry, managing ed Structure and Bonding (also memb Editorial Bd); vice-pres Dalton Div RSC 1993-96; Corday Morgan Medal RSC 1980, Chemistries of Noble Metals Prize RSC 1983, Tilden lectr and Medal RSC 1988, Wilhelm Manchott Prize 1995, Michael Collins Award 1996, Lee Meml Lecture Univ of Chicago 1997, Alexander von Humbolt Stiftung Forschungs Preis 1999; govr Harrow Sch; fell by special election Keble Coll Oxford 1993 (hon fell 1999), distinguished prof Xi'an Petroleum Univ 1994, Univ of Auchland Fndn visitor 2000; hon fell St Edmund Hall Oxford 2009-; Hon DSc UMIST 2000, Hon DSc Univ of Sussex 2001; memb American Chemical Soc 1988; CChem, FRSC 1984, FRS 1992
Food and drink etiquette

Food and drink etiquette

Debrett's notebooks

Debrett's notebooks

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