Science and Medicine
- Michael Ashby, neurologist, witness in John Bodkin Adams case
- Sir Cyril Clarke, physician
- Richard Dawkins, ethologist, evolutionary biologist and science writer
- Charles Fagge, surgeon
- Sir Alister Hardy, marine biologist
- John B. Harman, former chairman of the British National Formulary
- Richard Keynes, physiologist
- Clive Minton, ornithologist
- David Nabarro, senior UN system coordinator
- Joseph Needham, biochemist
- Robin Nicholson, metallurgist, Chief Scientific Advisor to cabinet
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