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Edward Hector Grant

Edward Hector Grant, British experimental physics educator, consultant. Fellow Institute Physics; member New York Academy of Sciences, National Radiological Protection Board, Sigma Xi. Anglican.


  • Grant, Edward Hector was born on October 15, 1931 in Croydon, England. Son of Alfred Edward and Dorothy Winifred (Brookes) Grant.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Science in Physics, King's College, London, 1953. Doctor of Philosophy. in Physics, Middlesex Hospital Medical School, London, 1956.


    • Assistant lecturer Middlesex Hospital Medical School, 1956-1958. Senior assistant physicist King's College Hospital, London, 1958-1959. Lecturer Guy's Hospital Medical School, London, 1959-1964, senior lecturer, 1964-1966.

      Reader in experimental physics University London, 1966-1974. Professor experimental physics Queen Elizabeth College (now King's College), London, since 1974. Consultant General Electric Company, London, 1982-1989, Electricity Association, since 1988.

      Head physics department King's College, London, 1992-1994. Principal science consultant Microwave Consultant Ltd.


    • Author: Dielectric Behaviour of Biological Molecules in Solution, 1978. Editor Ellis Horwood book series on physics and its applications. Contributor articles to professional journals.

      Grantee United States Army, United States Navy, United States Air Force, Medical Research Council, National Radiological Protection Board, Cancer Research Campaign.


    Denomination: Anglican


    Fellow Institute Physics. Member New York Academy of Sciences, National Radiological Protection Board, Sigma Xi.



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    • Married Kathleen Margaret Stear, April 30, 1955. Children– Susan Mary, Paul Andrew, Julian Michael.
    • father: Alfred Edward Grant
    • mother: Dorothy Winifred (Brookes) Grant
    • spouse: Kathleen Margaret Stear
    • children: Susan Mary Grant
    • Paul Andrew Grant
    • Julian Michael Grant
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    Born October 15, 1931