University and Educational Intelligence


    CAMBRIDGE.—In accordance with the regulations for the administration of the Gordon Wigan fund, the special board for physics and chemistry reports that the first award of the prize of 50l. from the Gordon Wigan income for physics and chemistry for a research in chemistry has been made to F. E. E. Lamplough, scholar (now fellow) of Trinity College, for his research on the defermination of the rate of chemical change by measurement of gases evolved.

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    University and Educational Intelligence . Nature 75, 332–333 (1907) doi:10.1038/075332a0

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