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Scientific Exhibition at Bombay

Nature volume 135, page 181 (02 February 1935) | Download Citation



THE staff and students of the Royal Institute of Science, Bombay, held a most successful Scientific Exhibition on December 13–18, 1934, in aid of the Bombay hospitals. In a country like India which possesses few scientific museums, such exhibitions have great educational value, and the example of the Bombay Science Institute might well be followed elsewhere. About a thousand pounds were realised for the hospital fund. It may be remembered that similar exhibitions were organised in London several years ago in connexion with theKing Edward's Hospital Fund and were very successful.

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