A Bakerian Lecture é uma palestra prêmio patrocinada pela Royal Society, devotada às ciências físicas.

Em 1775 o naturalista Henry Baker doou £ 100 por uma palestra, destinada a um fellow, nas áreas de história natural e filosofia experimental, a critério da Royal Society.

Ano Imagem Nome País Título
1775 Peter Woulfe  Irlanda "Experiments made in order to ascertain the nature of some Mineral Substances, and in particular to see how far the Acids of Sea-Salt and of Vitriol contribute to Mineralize Metallic and other Substances"
1778 Jan Ingenhousz  Países Baixos "Electrical Experiments to explain how far the Phenomena of the Electrophorus may be accounted for by Dr Franklins Theory of Positive and Negative Electricity"
1779 "Improvements in Electricity"
1780 Tiberius Cavallo  Itália "Thermometrical Experiments and Observations"
1781 "An Account of some Thermometrical Experiments"
1782 "An Account of some Experiments relating to the Property of Common and Inflammable Airs of pervading the Pores of Paper"
1783 "Description of an improved Air Pump"
1784 "An Account of some Experiments made with the new improved Air Pump"
1785 "Magnetical Experiments and Observations"
1786 "Magnetical Experiments and Observations"
1787 "Of the Methods of manifesting the Presence, and ascertaining the Quality, of small Quantities of Natural or Artificial Electricity"
1788 "On an Improvement in the Blow Pipe"
1789 "Magnetical Experiments and Observations"
1790 "A Description of a new Pyrometer"
1791 "On the Method of Measuring Distances by means of Telescopes furnished with Micrometers"
1792 "An Account of the Discoveries concerning Muscular Motion, which have been lately made, and are commonly known by the name of Animal Electricity"
1793 George Fordyce Escócia "An Account of a New Pendulum"
1794 Samuel Vince  Reino Unido "Observations on the Theory of the Motion and Resistance of Fluids; with a Description of the Construction of Experiments, in order to obtain some fundamental Principles"
1797 "Experiments upon the Resistance of Bodies moving in Fluids"
1798 "Observations upon an unusual Horizontal Refraction of the Air; with Remarks on the Variations to which the lower Parts of the Atmosphere are sometimes subject"
1800 Thomas Young  Reino Unido "On the Mechanism of the Eye"
1801 "On the Theory of Light and Colours"
1802 William Hyde Wollaston  Reino Unido "Observations on the Quantity of Horizontal Refraction; with Method of measuring the Dip at Sea"
1803 Thomas Young  Reino Unido "Experiments and Calculations relative to Physical Optics"
1804 Samuel Vince "Observations on the Hypotheses which have been assumed to account for the cause of Gravitation from Mechanical Principles"
1805 William Hyde Wollaston  Reino Unido "On the Force of Percussion"
1806 Humphry Davy  Reino Unido "On some Chemical Agencies of Electricity"
1807 "On some new Phenomena of Chemical Changes produced by Electricity, particularly the Decomposition of the fixed Alkalies, and the Exhibition of the new Substances, which constitute their Bases"
1808 "An Account of some new Analytical Researches on the Nature of certain Bodies, particularly the Alkalies, Phosphorus, Sulphur , Carbonaceous Matters, and the Acids hitherto undecompounded; with some general Observations on Chemical Theory"
1809 "On some new Electro-Chemical Researches, on various objects, particularly the Metallic Bodies from the Alkalies and Earths; and on some Combinations of Hydrogen"
1810 "On some of the Combinations of Oxymuriatic Gas and Oxygen, and on the Chemical Relations of these Principles to Inflammable Bodies"
1812 William Hyde Wollaston  Reino Unido "On the Elementary Particles of certain Crystals"
1813 William Thomas Brande  Reino Unido "On some new Electro-Chemical Phenomena"
1819 William Thomas Brande  Reino Unido "On the Composition and Analysis of the inflammable Gaseous Compounds resulting from the destructive Distillation of Coal and Oil; with some Remarks on their relative heating and illuminating power"
1820 Henry Kater "On the best kind of Steel, and form, for a Compass Needle"
1821 Edward Sabine "An Account of Experiments to determine the Amount of the Dip of the Magnetic Needle in London , in August 1821; with Remarks on the Instruments which are usually employed in such determination"
1823 John Herschel "On certain Motions produced in Fluid Conductors when transmitting the Electric Current"
1826 Humphry Davy  Reino Unido "On the Relations of Electrical and Chemical Changes"
1827 George Pearson "Researches to discover the Faculties of Pulmonary Absorption with respect to Charcoal"
1828 William Hyde Wollaston  Reino Unido "On a Method of rendering Platina malleable"
1829 Michael Faraday  Reino Unido "On the manufacture of Glass for Optical Purposes"
1832 Michael Faraday  Reino Unido "Experimental Researches in Electricity; Second Series"
1833 Samuel Hunter Christie  Reino Unido "Experimental Determination of the Laws of Magneto-Electric Induction in different masses of the same metal, and its intensity in different metals"
1835 Charles Lyell  Reino Unido "On the Proofs of a gradual Rising of the Land in certain parts of Sweden"
1836 John William Lubbock "On the Tides of the Port of London"
1837 William Henry Fox Talbot  Reino Unido "Further Observations on the Optical Phenomena of Crystals"
1838 James Ivory "On the Theory of the Astronomical Refractions"
1839 William Snow Harris "Inquiries concerning the Elementary Laws of Electricity"
1840 George Biddell Airy  Reino Unido "On the Theoretical Explanation of an apparent new Polarity of Light"
1841 George Newport "On the Organs of Reproduction and the Development of the Myriapoda"
1842 James David Forbes "On the Transparency of the Atmosphere and the Law of Extinction of the Solar Rays in passing through it"
1843 Charles Wheatstone  Reino Unido "An Account of several new Instruments and Processes for determining the Constants of a Voltaic Circuit"
1844 Richard Owen "A Description of certain Belemnites, preserved, with a great proportion of their soft parts, in the Oxford Clay, at Christian-Malford, Wilts"
1845 Charles Giles Bridle Daubeny "Memoir on the Rotation of Crops, and on the Quantity of Inorganic Matters abstracted from the Soil by various Plants under different circumstances"
1846 James David Forbes "Illustrations of the Viscous Theory of Glacier Motion"
1847 William Robert Grove "On certain Phenomena of Voltaic Ignition and the Decomposition of Water into its constituent Gases by Heat"
1848 William Whewell "Researches on the Tides. Thirteenth Series. On the Tides of the Pacific, and on the Diurnal Inequality"
1849 Michael Faraday  Reino Unido "Experimental Researches in Electricity. Twenty-Second Series"
1850 Thomas Graham "On the Diffusion of Liquids"
1851 Michael Faraday  Reino Unido "Experimental Researches in Electricity. Twenty-Fourth Series"
1852 Charles Wheatstone  Reino Unido "Contributions to the Physiology of Vision. Part II. On some remarkable and hitherto unobserved Phenomena on Binocular Vision (continued)"
1853 Edward Sabine "On the Influence of the Moon on the Magnetic Declination at Toronto, St Helena, and Hobarton"
1854 Thomas Graham "On Osmotic Force"
1855 John Tyndall "On the Nature of the Force by which Bodies are repelled from the Poles of a Magnet; to which is prefixed an account of some experiments on Molecular Influences"
1856 William Thon "On the Electro-dynamic Qualities of Metals"
1857 Michael Faraday  Reino Unido "Experimental Relations of Gold (and other metals) to Light"
1858 John Peter Gassiot "On the Stratifications and dark band in Electrical Discharges as observed in Torricellian Vacua"
1859 Edward Frankland "Researches on Organo-metallic Bodies. Fourth Memoir"
1860 William Fairbairn "Experimental Researches to determine the Law of Superheated Steam"
1861 John Tyndall "On the Absorption and Radiation of Heat by Gases and Vapours, and on the Physical Connexion of radiation, Absorption and Conduction"
1862 Warren De la Rue "On the Total Solar Eclipse of 18 July 1860, observed at Rivabellosa, near Miranda de Ebro in Spain"
1863 Henry Clifton Sorby "On the Direct Correlation of Mechanical and Chemical Forces"
1864 John Tyndall "Contributions to Molecular Physics: being the Fifth Memoir of Researches on Radiant Heat"
1865 Henry Enfield Roscoe "On a Method of Meteorological Registration of the Chemical Action of Total Daylight"
1866 James Clerk Maxwell "On the Viscosity or Internal Friction of Air and other Gases"
1867 Frederick Augustus Abel "Researches on Gun-Cotton. (Second Memoir). On the Stability of Gun-Cotton"
1868 Henry Enfield Roscoe "Researches on Vanadium"
1869 Thomas Andrews "The Continuity of the Gaseous and Liquid States of Matter"
1870 John William Dawson "On the Pre-Carboniferous Flora of North-Eastern America, and more especially on that of the Erian (Devonian) Period"
1871 Carl Wilhelm Siemens "On the Increase of Electrical Resistance in Conductors with Rise of Temperature, and its Application to the Measure of Ordinary and Furnace Temperatures: also on a simple Method of measuring Electrical Resistances"
1872 William Kitchen Parker "On the Structure and Development of the Skull of the Salmon (Salmo salar, L.)"
1873 Earl of Rosse "On the Radiation of Heat from the Moon, the Law of its Absorption by our Atmosphere, and its variation in Amount with her Phases"
1874 J Norman Lockyer "Researches in Spectrum Analysis in connexion with the Spectrum of the Sun. Part III"
1875 William Grylls Adams "On the Forms of Equipotential Curves and Surfaces and on Lines of Flow"
1876 Thomas Andrews "On the Gaseous State of Matter"
1877 William Crawford Willian "On the Organization of the Fossil Plants of the Coal Measures"
1878 William Crookes "On Repulsion resulting from Radiation. Part V"
1879 William Crookes "On the Illumination of Lines of Molecular Pressure and the Trajectory of Molecules"
1880 William de W Abney "On the Photographic Method of Mapping the least refrangible end of the Solar Spectrum"
1881 John Tyndall "Action of free Molecules on Radiant Heat, and its conversion thereby into sound"
1882 Heinrich Debus "On the Chemical Theory of Gunpowder"
1883 William Crookes "On Radiant Matter Spectroscopy: the Detection and wide Distribution of Yttrium"
1884 Arthur Schuster "Experiments on the Discharge of Electricity through gases. Sketch of a Theory"
1885 William Huggins "On the Corona of the Sun"
1886 William de W Abney e Edward Robert Festing "Colour Photometry"
1887 Joseph John Thon "On the Dissociation of some Gases by the Electric Discharge"
1888 J Norman Lockyer "Suggestions on the Classification of the various Species of Heavenly Bodies. A Report to the Solar Physics Committee"
1889 Arthur William Rucker e Thomas Edward Thorpe "A magnetic Survey of the British isles for the Epoch January 1, 1886"
1890 Arthur Schuster "The Discharge of Electricity through Gases. Preliminary Communication"
1891 George Howard Darwin "On Tidal Prediction"
1892 James Thon "On the Grand Currents of Atmospheric Circulation"
1893 Harold B Dixon "The rate of Explosion in Gases"
1894 Thomas Edward Thorpe e JW Rodger "On the Relations between the Viscosity (internal friction) of Liquids and their Chemical Nature"
1895 A.G. Vernon Harcourt e William Esson "On the Laws of Connexion between the Conditions of a Chemical Change and its Amount. III. Further Researches on the Reaction of Hydrogen Dioxide and Hydrogen Iodide"
1896 William Chandler Roberts-Austen "On the Diffusion of Metals"
1897 Osborne Reynolds e WH Moorby "On the Mechanical Equivalent of Heat"
1898 William James Russell "Further Experiments on the Action exerted by certain Metals and other Bodies on a Photographic Plate"
1899 James Alfred Ewing e W Rosenhain "The Crystalline Structure of Metals"
1900 William Augustus Tilden "On the Specific Heat of Metals and the Relation of Specific Heat to Atomic Weight"
1901 James Dewar "The Nadir of Temperature and Allied Problems"
1902 John William Strutt "On the Law of the Pressure of Gases between 75 and 150 Millimetres of Mercury"
1903 CT Heycock e FH Neville "On the Constitution of the Copper-tin Series of Alloys"
1904 Ernest Rutherford "The Succession of Changes in Radio-active Bodies"
1905 Horace T Brown "The Reception and Utilization of Energy by the Green Leaf"
1906 John Milne "Recent Advances in Seismology"
1907 Thomas Edward Thorpe "The Atomic Weight of Radium"
1908 Charles H Lees "The Effects of Temperature and Pressure on the Thermal Conductivities of Solids"
1909 Joseph Larmor "On the Statistical and Thermo-dynamical Relations of Radiant Energy"
1910 John Henry Poynting e Guy Barlow "The Pressure of Light against the Source: the Recoil from Light"
1911 Robert John Strutt "A Chemically-Active Modification of Nitrogen Produced by the Electric Discharge"
1912 Hugh Longbourne Callendar "On the Variation of the Specific Heat of Water, with Experiments by a new Method"
1913 Joseph John Thon "Rays of Positive Electricity"
1914 Alfred Fowler "Series Lines in Spark Spectra"
1915 William Henry Bragg "X-rays and Crystals"
1916 Charles Glover Barkla "X-rays and the Theory of Radiation"
1917 James Hopwood Jeans "The Configurations of Rotating Compressible Masses"
1918 Charles Parsons "Experiments on the Artificial Production of Diamond"
1919 Robert John Strutt "A Study of the Line Spectrum of Sodium as Excited by Fluorescence"
1920 Ernest Rutherford "Nuclear Constitution of Atoms"
1921 Thomas Martin Lowry e Percy Corlett Austin "Optical Rotatory Dispersion. Part II. Tartaric Acid and the Tartrates"
1922 Thomas Ralph Merton e S. Barratt "On the Spectrum of Hydrogen"
1923 Geoffrey Ingram Taylor e Constance F. Elam "The Distortion of an Aluminium Crystal during a Tensile Test"
1924 Alfred Fowler "The Spectra of Silicon at Successive Stages of Ionization"
1925 William Bate Hardy e Ida Bircumshaw "Boundary Lubrication - Plane Surfaces and the Limitations of Amontons Law"
1926 Arthur Stanley Eddington "Diffuse Matter in Interstellar Space"
1927 Francis William Aston "A New Mass-Spectrograph and the Whole Number Rule"
1928 John Cunningham McLennan "The Aurora and its Spectrum"
1929 Edward Arthur Milne "The Structure and Opacity of a Stellar Atmosphere"
1930 Robert Robinson "The Molecular Structure of Strychnine and Brucine"
1931 Sydney Chapman "Some Phenomena of the Upper Atmosphere"
1932 William Arthur Bone "The Combustion of Hydrocarbons"
1933 James Chadwick "The Neutron"
1934 William Lawrence Bragg "The Structure of Alloys"
1935 Ralph Howard Fowler "The Anomalous Specific Heats of Crystals, with special reference to the Contribution of Molecular Rotations"
1936 Frederic Stanley Kipping "Organic Compounds of Silicon"
1937 Edward Victor Appleton "Regularities and Irregularities in the Ionosphere"
1938 Christopher Kelk Ingold "The Structure of Benzene"
1939 Patrick Maynard Stuart Blackett "Penetrating Cosmic Rays"
1940 Nevil Vincent Sidgwick "Stereochemical types and valency groups"
Herbert Marcus Powell
1941 Paul Dirac "The physical interpretation of quantum mechanics"
1942 Albert Charles Chibnall "Amino-acid analysis and the structure of proteins"
1943 Richard Vynne Southwell "Relaxation methods: a mathematics for engineering sciences"
1944 Walter Norman Haworth "The structure, function and synthesis of polysaccharides"
1945 Gordon Dobson "Meteorology of the lower stratosphere"
1946 Cyril Norman Hinshelwood "The more recent work on the hydrogen-oxygen reaction"
1947 Harry Ralph Ricardo "Some problems in connexion with the development of a high-speed diesel engine"
1948 George Paget Thon "Nuclear explosions"
1949 Harold Raistrick "A region of biosynthesis"
1950 Percy Williams Bridgman  Estados Unidos "Physics above 20 000 kg/cm2"
1951 Eric Keightley Rideal "Reactions in monolayers"
1952 Harold Jeffreys  Reino Unido "The origin of the solar system"
1953 Nevill Francis Mott  Reino Unido "Dislocations, plastic flow and creep in metals"
1954 Alexander Robertus Todd "Chemistry of the nucleotides"
1955 Marcus Oliphant  Austrália "The acceleration of charged particles to very high energies"
1956 Harry Work Melville "Addition polymerization"
1957 Cecil Frank Powell  Reino Unido "The elementary particles"
1958 Martin Ryle  Reino Unido "The nature of the cosmic radio sources"
1959 Edmund Langley Hirst "Molecular structure in the polysaccharide group"
1960 Gerhard Herzberg  Alemanha "The spectra and structures of free methyl and free methylene"
1961 Michael James Lighthill  Reino Unido "Sound generated aerodynamically"
1962 John Desmond Bernal  Irlanda "The structure of liquids"
1963 Alan Howard Cottrell "Fracture"
1964 Frederick Calland Williams "Inventive technology: the search for better electric machines"
1965 Melvin Calvin  Estados Unidos "Chemical evolution"
1966 Ronald Norrish  Reino Unido "The progress of photochemistry exemplified by reactions of the halogens"
1967 Edward Crisp Bullard  Reino Unido "Reversals of the Earth's magnetic field"
1968 Fred Hoyle  Reino Unido "Review of recent developments in cosmology"
1969 Richard Henry Dalitz "Particles and interactions: the problems of high-energy physics"
1970 Derek Harold Richard Burton "Some approaches to the synthesis of tetracycline"
1971 Basil John Mason "The physics of the thunderstorm"
1972 Dorothy Crowfoot Hodgkin "Insulin"
1973 Frederick Charles Frank "Crystals imperfect"
1974 Desmond George King-Hele "A view of Earth and air"
1975 Michael Francis Atiyah "Global geometry"
1976 George Wallace Kenner "Towards synthesis of proteins"
1977 George Porter  Reino Unido "In vitro models for photosynthesis"
1978 Robert Lewis Fullarton Boyd "Cosmic exploration by X-rays"
1979 Michael Ellis Fisher "Multicritical points in magnets and fluids: a review of some novel states of matter"
1980 Abdus Salam Paquistão "Gauge unification of fundamental forces"
1981 Robert Joseph Paton Williams "Natural selection of the chemical elements"
1982 Martin Rees "Galaxies and their nuclei"
1983 Alfred Edward Ringwood "The Earths core: its composition, formation and bearing upon the origin of the earth"
1984 Alan Rushton Battersby "Biosynthesis of the pigments of life"
1985 Carlo Rubbia "Unification of the electromagnetic and weak forces"
1986 Walter Heinrich Munk "Acoustic monitoring of ocean gyres"
1987 Michael Victor Berry "The semiclassical chaology of quantum eigenvalues"
1988 Walter Eric Spear "Amorphous semiconductors, a new generation of electronic materials"
1989 Jack Lewis "Cluster compounds, a new aspect of inorganic chemistry"
1990 John Meurig Thomas "New microcrystalline catalysts"
1991 John Houghton "The predictability of weather and climate"
1992 Thomas Benjamin "The mystery of vortex breakdown"
1993 Hans Bethe  Alemanha/ Estados Unidos "Mechanism of supernovae"
1994 John Polanyi "Photochemistry in the adsorbed state, using light as a scalpel and a crystal as an operating table"
1995 Anthony Kelly "Composites, towards intelligent materials design"
1996 Alastair Scott "Genetically engineered synthesis of natural products"
1997 Steven Ley "Sweet dreams: new strategies for oligosaccharide assembly"
1998 Richard Salisbury Ellis "The morphological evolution of the galaxies"
1999 Peter Day "The molecular chemistry of magnets and superconductors"
2000 Steve Sparks "How volcanoes work"
2001 David Sherrington "Magnets, microchips, memories and markets: statistical physics of complex systems"
2002 Arnold Wolfendale "Cosmic rays: what are they and where do they come from?"
2003 Christopher Dobson "Protein folding and misfolding: from theory to therapy"
2004 Michael Pepper "Semiconductor nanostructures and new quantum effects"
2005 John Pendry "Negative refraction, the perfect lens and metamaterials"
2006 Athene Donald "The mesoscopic world - from plastic bags to brain disease - structural similarities in physics"
2007 Joseph Silk "The dark side of the Universe"
2008 Robin Clark "Raman microscopy, pigments and the arts/science interface"
2009 James Murray Escócia "Mathematics in the real world: From brain tumours to saving marriages"
2010 Donal Bradley  Reino Unido "Plastic electronics: their science and applications"[1]
2011 Herbert Huppert "Carbon storage: caught between a rock and climate change"[2]
2012 Peter Edwards "Metals and the conducting and superconducting states of matter"[3]
2013 David Leigh "Making the tiniest machines"[4]
2014 Lynn Gladden for the development of magnetic resonance techniques to study multi-component adsorption, diffusion, flow and reaction processes [4] ""
2015 John Ellis ""
2016 Andrea Ghez ""
2017 Andy Hopper ""


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