David Barradell was instrumental in promoting developments in the steelmaking process at British Steel in the 80s and 90s, as well as an excellent mentor of younger technologists
In memoriam: An appreciation of past members
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Bob Waugh was one of the world’s top electron optical engineers, and developed the first commercial focused ion beam, which is now used in laboratories worldwide for transmission electron microscopy specimen preparation and surface chemical analysis
Robert Moskovic, the son of Jewish Holocaust survivors, gained an international reputation in the nuclear power industry
To many, Charlie Geddes and his wife were the SPRA. Together they attended local meetings, IOM3 Local Society Forums, British Plastics Federation and the Horners’ Company events as representatives, indeed ambassadors, for SPRA.
Dr Wally Eldred had a lifelong career in the nuclear industry. He died in December 2015.
Steve, an excellent rubber technologist and a gifted compounder, died in December 2015
Dr Tom Davies 1934-2014
Professor Brian Wilshire OBE FREng 1937–2015
Dr Stephen Anthony Court FIMMM 1958–2015
Eur Ing Adrian Williams CEng FIMMM 1940–2015 died on 5 March 2015