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University and Educational Intelligence

Nature volume 88, page 603 (29 February 1912) | Download Citation



CAMBRIDGE.—Plans are before the University for doubling the size of the present School of Agriculture, the increase being rendered necessary in order to cope with the large accession of work entailed by the proposed assignment to the Cambridge School of Agriculture of grants from the Development Commissioners for research in plant-breeding and animal nutrition. It is suggested that the new building should extend from the western end of the present school towards Tennis Court Road.

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