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Conference of Universities

Nature volume 101, pages 207208 (16 May 1918) | Download Citation



AN important conference which met at the Imperial Institute on May 10 was attended by about seventy representatives of the universities of the United Kingdom and also by Mr. Joynt, representing New Zealand, Prof. Bragg, representing the universities of Australia, President Tory, representing the universities of Canada, and Prof. Gilbert Murray, Acting-Director for the Board of Education of Special Inquiries and Reports. Sir Donald Macalister was voted to the chair.

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