University and Educational Intelligence.

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    CAMBRIDGE.—The electors to the Isaac Newton studentships give notice that in accordance with the regulations an election to a studentship will be held in the Lent term, 1913. These studentships are for the encouragement of study and research in astronomy (especially gravitational astronomy, but including other branches of astronomy and astronomical physics) and physical optics. The persons eligible are members of the University who have been admitted to the degree of Bachelor of Arts and are under the age of twenty-five years on the first day of January, 1913. The studentship will be tenable for the term of three years from April 15, 1913. The emolument of the student will be 200l. per annum. Candidates for the studentship are invited to send in their applications to the Vice-Chanceilor between January 16 and 26, 1913, together with testimonials and such other evidence as to their qualifications and their proposed course of study or research as they may think fit.

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