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The Case for a London Teaching University

Nature volume 36, pages 329333 | Download Citation

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THE questions connected with the proposal for the establishment of a Teaching University in London were discussed in a speech delivered by Sir George Young at the distribution of prizes in the Medical Faculty of University College, London, on June 1, and in a speech delivered by Dr. J. E. Erichsen at the distribution of prizes in the Faculties of Arts and Laws and of Science, at the same institution on June 30. As the case for a London Teaching University was stated by these two eminent authorities, we reprint part of what they had to say on the subject from the point of view of University and King's Colleges.

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