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Archibald Howie : biography

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Archibald "Archie" Howie CBE, FRS (born 1934) is a British physicist, known for his pioneering work on the interpretation of transmission electron microscope images of crystals. Born in 1934, he attended Kirkcaldy High School and the University of Edinburgh. He received his PhD from the University of Cambridge, where he subsequently took up a permanent post. He has been a fellow of Churchill College since its foundation, and was President of its Senior Combination Room (SCR) until 2010.

In 1965, with Hirsch, Whelan, Pashley and Nicholson, he published the seminal text Electron Microscopy of Thin Crystals.P. Hirsch, A. Howie, R. Nicholson, D. W. Pashley and M. J. Whelan (1965/1977) Electron microscopy of thin crystals (Butterworths/Krieger, London/Malabar FL) ISBN 0-88275-376-2 He was elected to the Royal Society in 1978 and awarded their Royal Medal in 1999. In 1992 he was awarded the Guthrie Medal and Prize. He was head of the Cavendish Laboratory from 1989-1997.

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Category:1934 births Category:Living people Category:British physicists Category:Alumni of the University of Edinburgh Category:Fellows of the Royal Society Category:Commanders of the Order of the British Empire Category:Fellows of Churchill College, Cambridge Category:Microscopists Category:Royal Medal winners Category:Alumni of the University of Cambridge

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