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Nature volume 88, pages 500501 (08 February 1912) | Download Citation



CAMBRIDGE.—Dr. J. B. Hurry, of Reading, has offered to present to the University securities adequate for the endowment of a research studentship in physiology of the value of 100l., tenable for one year, and available every two years. He suggests that the holder of the studentship should bear the title of “Michael Foster Research Student,” in memory of one who did much for the establishment of the biological and medical schools at Cambridge.

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