John William Sutton Pringle
Sir John William Sutton Pringle FRS (J.W.S. Pringle) (1912–1982) was a British zoologist. His research interests were in insect physiology, especially proprioception, flight muscle, and cicada song.
Pringle studied at King's College, Cambridge where he took a first class degree in the Natural Sciences Tripos. He was appointed Demonstrator in Zoology at the University of Cambridge, 1937–1938, and Fellow of King's College, 1938–1944. After war service in radar with the Telecommunications Research Establishment (TRE) he returned to Cambridge as Lecturer in Zoology and fellow of Peterhouse. In 1959 he was appointed Reader in Experimental Cytology. In 1961 he moved to the Linacre Chair of Zoology at Merton College, Oxford.
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