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A Biological Laboratory on the English Coast

Nature volume 29, pages 473474 | Download Citation



ARRANGEMENTS have been made for a meeting in the rooms of the Royal Society at half-past four, on Monday, March 31, the object of which is to found a Society having for its purpose the establishment and maintenance of a well-equipped laboratory at a suitable point on the English coast, similar to, if not quite so extensive as, Dr. Dohrn's Zoological Station at Naples.

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