DR. EDWARD ERNEST PRINCE died at his residence in Ottawa, Canada, on October 10, at the age of seventy-eight years. A native of Leeds, he graduated from the University of St. Andrews, and taught in the University of Edinburgh and (as professor of biology) at the Royal College of Medicine, Glasgow. He was one of the group studying the development of fishes under Prof. W. C. Mclntosh at the St. Andrews Marine Laboratory. His publications in this field gave him recognition as a fishery specialist, and as such he investigated the fisheries on the east coast of England and the west coast of Ireland.
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H., A. Dr. E. E. Prince. Nature 139, 141–142 (1937). https://doi.org/10.1038/139141b0