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The Promotion of Post-graduate Work and Research

Nature volume 101, pages 243244 (30 May 1918) | Download Citation



IN the article bearing the well-known initials “W. A. T.” in NATURE of May 9 on the above subject, the writer has quoted from a report of the Academic Council to the Senate of the University of London a summary of reasons for and against the institution of a new doctoral degree. The report referred to has been approved and adopted by the Senate, and a copy is enclosed for your information. Among the reasons for the establishment of such a degree, the first is:—

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  1. University College, London, W.C.1, May 14.

    • M. J. M. HILL


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