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Question 1: The Howard Florey Institute, located at the University of Melbourne, and the largest lecture theatre in the ________'s medical school are also named after him.
University of AdelaideRMIT UniversityUniversity of South AustraliaAustralian National University

Question 2: He was made a ________ in 1965 as Baron Florey, of Adelaide in the Commonwealth of Australia and of Marston in the County of Oxford.
BaronetLife peerHereditary peerHer Majesty's Most Honourable Privy Council

Question 3: Florey's portrait appeared on the Australian $50 note for 22 years (1973–95), and the suburb of Florey in the national capital ________ is named after him.
MelbourneCanberraDarwin, Northern TerritorySydney

Question 4: He mass produced this mould for the injections of the soldiers of ________ who suffered from infections.
Second Sino-Japanese WarSoviet occupationsCollaboration with the Axis Powers during World War IIWorld War II

Question 5: Florey was elected president of the ________ in 1959.
Copley MedalRoyal SocietyGeorge PorterMichael Atiyah

Question 6: Florey was Chancellor of the ________ from 1965 until his death in 1968.
Australian National UniversityNational Taiwan UniversityKorea UniversityWaseda University

Question 7: The Florey Unit [6] of the Royal Berkshire Hospital, ________ is named after him.
SloughLutonReading, BerkshireSouthend-on-Sea

Question 8: In 1938, working with Ernst Boris Chain and Norman Heatley, he read ________'s paper discussing the antibacterial effects of Penicillium notatum mould.
Alexander FlemingHoward Florey, Baron FloreyCharles Scott SherringtonCharles Nicolle

Question 9: A Rhodes Scholar, he continued his studies at ________, receiving the degrees of BA and MA.
Pembroke College, OxfordMagdalen College, OxfordJesus College, OxfordOriel College, Oxford

Question 10: He died of a heart attack in 1968 and was honoured with a memorial service at ________, London.
St Augustine's AbbeyWestminster AbbeyEly CathedralBath Abbey


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