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The statue of Graham was designed by William Brodie, and gifted to the city by James "Paraffin" Young in June 1872. Young had been one of Graham's research students and was inspired by Graham's excellence in the laboratory.

Graham, an brilliant experimental chemist, invented the technique of dialysis still used in hospitals today.


Location: south east corner of George Sq

Erected: 1872

See also:

Thomas Graham

James "Paraffin" Young

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