Biographical memoirs of fellows of the royal society carefully researched and creatively written memoirs of eminent mathematical physical biological and medical scientists and engineers often written by a close colleague or research collaborator each memoir provides an accessible overview of the subjects scientific achievements as well . The biographical memoirs of fellows of the royal society is an academic journal on the history of science published annually by the royal societyit publishes obituaries of fellows of the royal societyit was established in 1932 as obituary notices of fellows of the royal society and obtained its current title in 1955 with volume numbering restarting at 1. They then developed from being relatively short traditional obituaries to biographical essays of record this change was duly recognized by a change of title to biographical memoirs of fellows of the royal society in 1955 when the new annual carried life studies of albert einstein enrico fermi and alan turing. Biographical memoirs serve as an excellent source for research into biographies of scientists and for information about the history of science each year around 20 to 25 memoirs of deceased fellows of the royal society are collated by the editor in chief currently tom meade
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