Mr. H. G. Newth

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MB. H. G. NEWTH, whose death at the age of fifty-four occurred on February 17 after a long illness, went to school in Worcester and then entered the Royal College of Science, London. There he studied zoology under Adam Sedgwick and Mr. Clifford Dobell, and then became demonstrator in zoology for Prof. E. W. MacBride, a post which he held until the War of 1914-18. From 1920 onwards, he was lecturer in zoology in the University of Birmingham.

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F., H. Mr. H. G. Newth. Nature 145, 454 (1940). https://doi.org/10.1038/145454a0

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