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What does FRS stand for?

FRS stands for Fellow of the Royal Society

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Byline: MICHAEL SADGROVE The Very Reverend Michael Sadgrove, Dean of Durham, was made a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts in 1996 but came to photography relatively recently, using a compact camera discarded by his daughter.
Aga's letters provided valuable first-hand reassurance about the safety of inoculation at a time when there was serious public fear and mistrust of this life saving practice in Europe, and he was made a Fellow of the Royal Society, joining two existing Arab Fellows, Mohamed Ibn Haddu and Ben Ali Abgali.
Vederas, FCIC, University Professor of chemistry at the University of Alberta, was named Fellow of the Royal Society.
Prof Chan, a Fellow of the Royal Society of Medicine, said: "The public will have the opportunity to know more about the quality, safety and efficacy as well as research progress of Chinese medicine.
Joining the likes of Sir David Attenborough and Stephen Hawking, Prof Anoush Ehteshami of the School of Government and International Affairs at Durham University has been made a fellow of the Royal Society for the Encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce (RSA).
Mr Herbert is a former chairman of trustees of the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, and of the Council of the Royal Horticultural Society; Lord Aberdare is a director of London management consultants Bruce Naughton Wade; Prof Edwards, a Fellow of the Royal Society, is head of Earth Sciences at Cardiff University and a former Trustee of the Royal Botanic Gardens in Edinburgh; Mr Tudno-Jones is a former senior partner at architects Symonds Group, in Cardiff.