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Nature volume 85, pages 6264 (10 November 1910) | Download Citation



CAMBRIDGE.—To-day, November 10, Graces will be offered to the Senate proposing that the offer of the. Worshipful Company of Drapers to erect a new physiological laboratory at Cambridge be gratefully accepted, subject to the conditions set forth in the letter, dated February 11, 1910, from the clerk to the company; that a syndicate be appointed to discuss details with the company; and that the Vice-Chancellor be authorised to convey to the court of assistants of the company the grateful thanks of the university for their munificent benefaction. Further, that the Vice-Chancellor, Dr. Mason, Master of Pembroke College; Mr. Shipley, Master of Christ's College; .Dr. Langley, professor of physiology; Dr. W. M. Fletcher, and K. Lucas, of Trinity College, be the syndicate appointed under the above-mentioned Grace.

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