The Sir William Dunn Institute of Biochemistry, Cambridge


    ON Friday, May 9, the recently completed Sir William Dunn laboratories in which the Cambridge School of Biochemistry is now housed were officially opened by the Earl of Balfour, Chancellor of the University. Upwards of 400 guests, a gathering representative of all faculties of the University of Cambridge and of many outside academic and public bodies, were present when the Chancellor rose to call upon Sir Jeremiah Coleman, the chairman of the board of trustees of the late Sir William Dunn, to make his statement.

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    The Sir William Dunn Institute of Biochemistry, Cambridge. Nature 113, 731–732 (1924).

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