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Makinson, Kathleen Rachel (1917 - )

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Born: 15 February 1917  England
Kathleen Rachel Makinson (née White) was Assistant Chief, CSIRO Division of Textile Physics 1979-82. Earlier she was Senior Principal Research Scientist 1971-77, and Chief Research Scientist 1977-82 in the division, beginning her work there in 1953.

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Alternative Names: White, Kathleen Rachel (maiden name)

1939Bachelor of Arts (BA) completed at Newnham College, Cambridge, UK
1939 - 1941Research Assistant in Physics at the University of Sydney
1941 - 1944Assistant Lecturer at the University of Melbourne
1944 - 1945CSIR (Council for Scientific and Industrial Research) Radiophysics Laboratory
1945 - 1950Division of Physics at the National Standards Laboratory
1950 - 1952ICI Research Fellow in Electrical engineering at the University of Leeds
1953 - 1955CSIRO (Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation) Division of Textile Physics
1957 - 1961CSIRO Division of Textile Physics
1961 - 1963Visiting Scientist at the Cavendish Laboratory, Cambridge
1964 - 1982CSIRO Division of Textile Physics
1970Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) completed at Newnham College, Cambridge
1971 - 1977Senior Principal Research Scientist at the CSIRO Division of Textile Physics
1977 - 1982Chief Research Scientist at the CSIRO Division of Textile Physics
1979 - 1982Assistant Chief of Division of Textile Physics at CSIRO
1981 - Fellow of the Australian Academy of Technological Sciences and Engineering (FTSE)
1982Member of the Order of Australia (AM)

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