1870 – 1932
Who was James Johnstone?
Johnstone began his working life as an apprentice woodcarver in Lochwinnoch, but rose to become professor at the University of Liverpool heading the chair of oceanography which had been created in 1919 by professor William Abbott Herdman and his wife. James Johnstone a had this responsibility from 1920 to 1932
James Johnstone was a founding member of the Society for Experimental Biology. He was also active in creating the British Journal of Experimental Biology being on the journal's editorial board. În 1929, the publication changed its name to Journal of Experimental Biology
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- Jan 17, 1870
on July 23, 2013
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