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Nature volume 127, page 387 (07 March 1931) | Download Citation



CAMBRIDGE.—In a report of the Council of the Senate on the future of mineralogy, petrology, and crystallography in the University it is recom mended that, upon the retirement of Prof. A. Hutehin-son from the professorship of mineralogy, the professorship of mineralogy be discontinued, and that there should be established in the University a professorship of mineralogy and petrology, assigned to the Faculty of Biology “A”, and that a department of the same title be constituted, to include also the subject of crystallography.

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