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January 4th, 2007
City folk among rich and famous
The remaining five new entries are all academics from the University of Sheffield.
They are Professor Richard Eastell, a bone metabolism specialist; Professor Barry Hancock, a cancer expert; physicist Professor Richard Jones, an expert on nanotechnology; chemist Professor Anthony Ryan and architect Professor Jeremy Till who lives in Park Hill Flats, of which he is an outspoken supporter.
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