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Nature volume 68, pages 260261 (16 July 1903) | Download Citation

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THE Joule studentship, founded “to assist research, especially among younger men, in those branches of physical science more immediately connected with Joule's work,” will shortly become vacant through the termination of the tenure of Dr. Ulrich Behn, who was nominated by the K. Akademie der Wissenschaften of Berlin in 1901 On this occasion the nomination of a student rests with the president and council of the Royal Society, who will make their selection in October next. The studentship is of the value of 100l. in all. Information may be obtained from the assistant secretary of the Royal Society.

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