Jim Robinson (1923-2018)
James William Robinson was born in Kidderminster, England. He attended high school at the King Charles I Grammar School, endowed by Thomas Blount in 1566 “for the instruction of youth in good letters and manners.” Jim was proud to be the first alumnus of King Charles I to receive a PhD. He was an honorary life member of the Old Carolians Association for former pupils of King Charles I. He served in the British Royal Airforce as a pilot during World War II. He earned his degrees in Chemistry from the University of Birmingham, England: Bachelor of Science with Honours (1949), Doctor of Philosophy (1952) and Doctor of Science (1978). He began his career with the British Civil Service as a Senior Scientific Officer.
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