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Nature volume 114, pages 143144 (26 July 1924) | Download Citation



BELFAST.—At the meeting of Senate of the Queen's University held on July 16, a letter was read from the trustees of the late J. C. White intimating that they intended to hand over to the University a sum of 60,000l. Of this amount (1) a sum of 45,000l. is to be used in founding a professorship of biochemistry with a salary of 800l. per annum and equipping the department. (2) The remaining 15,000l. is to be used in founding a lectureship in bacteriology with a salary of 450l. and equipping the department. The title of the professorship is to be the “J. C. White Professorship of Bio-chemistry,” and the title of the lectureship the “J. C. White Lectureship in Bacteriology.”

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