University and Educational Intelligence


    BIRMINGHAM.—Mr. E. M. Holmes, whose magnificent collection of seaweeds and algæ was purchased for the University some time ago, has now presented to the botanical department another series of about 2000 beautifully preserved specimens, together with a number of valuable books on algology. The possession of this collection, the finest of the kind in the world, places the University in a unique position for the study of this branch of botany.

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    University and Educational Intelligence . Nature 83, 475–476 (1910).

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