Date Range: 15 September 1890 - 24 February 1965
Henry Brose had a long and varied scientific career. He taught French in Adelaide before being awarded a Rhodes Scholarship in 1913 and later translated German physics texts into English. He studied mathematics at Oxford and taught physics at the University of Sydney and University College Nottingham. When Einstein visited University College Nottingham in 1930 and 1931 Brose acted as his interpreter. Later Brose worked in cancer research, holding positions as a physicist, a pathologist and a biochemist. During World War I Brose was interned in Germany and during World War II he was interned in Sydney.