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  1. Cresswell Shearer, FRS (24 May 1874 – 6 February 1941), was a British zoologist and Cambridge lecturer in experimental embryology, where he motivated his students to develop a keen interest in hands-on research, inviting them to practical marine research experience at Plymouth Laboratory of the Marine Biological Association of the ...

  2. Creator: Cresswell Shearer Reference number: RR/33/90 View all 11 related items (referee) The Royal Society is a Fellowship of many of the world's most eminent scientists and is the oldest scientific academy in continuous existence.

  3. www.nature.com › articles › 147319a0OBITUARIES - Nature

    DR. CRESSWELL SHEARER, who died at Cambridge on February 7, after a brief illness, will be remembered as one of the most interesting personalities in the ranks of British zoologists. As a ...

    • J. Gray
    • 1941
  4. CRESSWELL SHEARER. 1874-1941. CresswellShearerdied at Cambridge on 6 February 1941. Of Scotch and Irish descent, he was born in Quebec on 24 May 1874, being the youngest of eleven children. Inclined to be delicate in his early years, he combined an interest in natural history with a love of the violin, inherited from his father.

  5. Abstract. Cresswell Shearer died at Cambridge on 6 February 1941. Of Scotch and Irish descent, he was born in Quebec on 24 May 1874, being the youngest of eleven children. Inclined to be delicate in his early years, he combined an interest in natural history with a love of the violin, inherited from his father.

  6. Cresswell Shearer, FRS , was a British zoologist and Cambridge lecturer in experimental embryology, where he motivated his students to develop a keen interest in hands-on research, inviting them to practical marine research experience at Plymouth Laboratory of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom during the summer months.

  7. Cresswell Shearer, FRS (24 May 1874 – 6 February 1941), was a British zoologist and Cambridge lecturer in experimental embryology, where he motivated his students to develop a keen interest in hands-on research, inviting them to practical marine research experience at Plymouth Laboratory of the Marine Biological Association of the United ...