The Carnegie Trust and Scientific Research

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    THE twentieth annual report (1920–21) of the Carnegie Trust for the Universities of Scotland contains several points of interest. In relation to scientific training and research there are three important matters to distinguish, namely, buildings and equipment; scholarships and fellowships; and part-time research assistants and lecturers. This last is a new feature of the research scheme and is to be commended as combining facility for research with experience in teaching.

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    The Carnegie Trust and Scientific Research. Nature 109, 797 (1922). https://doi.org/10.1038/109797a0

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