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Nature volume 71, pages 499500 (23 March 1905) | Download Citation



CAMBRIDGE.—The General Board of Studies has appointed Mr. T. S. P. Strangeways, St. John's College, Huddersfield lecturer in special pathology, from Lady Day, 1905, until Michaelmas, 1909, and the appointment has been confirmed by the Special Board for Medicine. Mr. R. P. Gregory, of St. John's College, has been appointed senior demonstrator in botany for four years, until June 24, 1909.

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