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An Institute of Human Palaeontology

Nature volume 85, page 412 (26 January 1911) | Download Citation

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THE Prince of Monaco, as is well known, is a scientific man of high attainments, more especially in the sphere of oceanography. His own researches and those conducted under his auspices have been of first importance. A short time ago an account was given in these columns of the beautiful and well-equipped Museum of Oceanography which he erected at Monaco, and in last week's NATURE (p. 379) mention was made of the Oceanographical Institute founded and endowed in Paris by the Prince. As stated in another column, the institute was inaugurated on Monday, January 23, and it is hoped to give an account next week of me opening.

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