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Nature volume 113, page 804 (31 May 1924) | Download Citation



BELFAST.—Applications are invited for Musgrave Research Studentships, five in number and each of the value of 200l., at the Queen's University. The studentships are restricted to British subjects who are graduates of at least one year's standing in a university in the British Empire and are conducting or show marked capacity for original research, in pathology, biology, chemistry, physics, or physiology. Applications, on a prescribed form, must reach the secretary of the University by, at latest, July 1.

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