Enquiry was Harrow County's prize-winning and much acclaimed science magazine.
These articles were written by boys and Old Gaytonians in the 1966 Magazine:
PENICILLIN - A THERAPEUTIC REVOLUTION by G. H. Whitehouse
(Professor Graham Whitehouse, who was at Harrow County 1952-58 is Professor of Diagnostic Radiology at the University of Liverpool.)
SOME OBSERVATIONS ON THE BREEDING OF THE COMMON FROG, Rana temporaria by Roger J. Vergine, Advanced Sixth Science A.
A SIMPLE INVESTIGATION INTO THE GENETICS OF DROSOPHILA by Paul
M. Nurse, Advanced Sixth Science A.
(Sir Paul Nurse became the Director of the Imperial Cancer Institute and won the Nobel Prize for medicine in 2001)
SMALL MAMMAL TRAPPING by Nicholas Thompson, Advanced Sixth Science A.
TOXIC CHEMICALS by Peter Rabin, Advanced Sixth Science A.
TRANSAMINATION IN TAENIA CRASSICEPS by M. G. Duckett, Advanced Sixth Science A, and D. G. Taylor, Scholarship Sixth Science.
A STUDY IN RELATIVE GROWTH IN THE BONES OF THE SKULL OF THE NEW ZEALAND OPOSSUM, TRICHOSURUS by John S. Williams, Scholarship Sixth Science.
COMPUTERS IN WEATHER FORECASTING by M. J. Taylor, Advanced
Sixth Science B.
(Martin Taylor is a consultant Geologist living in Toronto, Canada. He has more than 30 years experience in the management of exploration programs, property evaluations, geological and mining reserve estimates and geological interpretations in the Middle East, Africa and the Philippines.)
A PRÉCIS OF THE SURVEY OF THE TOWN AND PARISH OF MORETONHAMPSTEAD by P. M. Sadler, Advanced Sixth Science B.
SIXTH FORM GEOGRAPHICAL FIELD TRIP TO SOUTH MIMMS AREA, 1st April, 1965, by D. G. Davies, Advanced Sixth Arts.
AN ACCOUNT OF FIELD STUDIES CARRIED OUT AT DUNTISBOURNE ABBOTS
1. The Structure, Relief and Drainage of the Area by D. Knight, Advanced Sixth Arts.
2. The Vegetation and Land Use by F. C. Kew, Lower Sixth Arts.
3. The Settlement Pattern by A. Fowler, Advanced Sixth Science B.
4. Cirencester by C. Meyler, Lower Sixth Arts.
5. Industries of the Stroud Valley by J. Storey, Advanced Sixth Arts.
FIELD TRIP TO THE SEVENOAKS DISTRICT by P. Hooley, 4A.
ANNUAL GEOLOGY FIELD COURSE, 1965, BASED AT DUNTISBOURNE ABBOTS, GLOUCESTERSHIRE by A. P. Middleton, Advanced Sixth Science B.
FIELD WORK IN SOUTH DEVON, AUGUST 1965, by M. J. Taylor, Advanced Sixth Science B.
A STUDY OF THE GEOLOGY OF THE NORTH YORKSHIRE AND PART OF THE SOUTH DURHAM COASTS by A. P. Middleton, Advanced Sixth Science B.
LIVING FOSSILS by C. B. King, B.Sc (Lond.) - (Old Gaytonian)
LIVING FOSSILS: FUNCTIONAL MORPHOLOGY by C. R. C. Paul, B.A. (Cantab.)
- Old Gaytonian
(Professor C. R. C. Paul of the University of Liverpool is President of the Palaeontographical Society)
THE USE IN STATISTICS IN PALAEOECOLOGY by M. G. Venn
(Maurice Venn was a member of Harrow County and Gayton High School Staff, and became Commanding Officer (Major and then Colonel) of the Harrow County Combined Cadet Force. He is the Treasurer of the John Cass Foundation.)
SOME ASPECTS OF THE GEOLOGY OF CONNEMARA, WESTERN IRELAND by
A. G. Plant, B.Sc.
(George Plant, an Old Gaytonian, was completing post-graduate research at Bristol in 1966)
THE TRUSSING OF A SPHERE by A. Iny, Scholarship Sixth Science.
(Sadly, Alan Iny died at a young age of a Brain Haemorrhage)
Source: Enquiry, 1966