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    Naturevolume 32page614 (1885) | Download Citation



    OXFORD.—The commencement of Michaelmas Term does not witness many changes in the personnel of scientific departments in Oxford. A lecturer in Human Anatomy has been appointed, and commences work this term. The opening of the new physiological laboratories at the back of the University Museum completes the scheme for physiological education which has been so strenuously opposed by the enemies of scientific research in the University.

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