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Professor Charles Herbert Lees (1864- )
1922 D.Sc., F.R.S., Assoc.I.E.E., F.Phys.S.E.(P.-Pres.), V.-Pres. Inct.P., Prof. Research and Refrigeration; Prof. Physics, University of London (East London Coll).; b. 1864; s. of John Lees, of Glodwick, Oldham. Ed. privately, and Universities of Manchester and Strasburg. Training: Technical College; Imperial College of Science, S. Kensington. Fellow of College Cons. Physicist; Member Inventions Committee, Air Ministry; Member Eng. Committee of Food Investigation Bd.; served on Executive Committee, N.P.L. Papers on Heat, Hydraulics and Electricity, in Transactions and Proceedings of Royal Soc. and Physical Soc. of London, etc. Address: "Greenacres," Dryhill Road, Tonbridge.