University and Educational Intelligence


    BIRMINGHAM.—The transfer of the Zoological Department Mason College to the new buildings at Edgbaston is now connected. The new quarters, which are spacious and well lighted, include a teaching museum and excellently equipped laboratories both for research and routine teaching of all grades. A good departmental library is provided to moot the needs of research workers. Special attention is to be given to comparative invertebrate physiology, experimental embryology, and entomology (including field work).

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    University and Educational Intelligence. Nature 120, 280 (1927) doi:10.1038/120280a0

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