Thomas Adam Mathieson (Anderson College) Prize

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Description

The Thomas Adam Mathieson (Anderson College) Prize was founded in 1897 by Thomas Adam Mathieson, a tool manufacturer in Glasgow. It is awarded annually, on the recommendation of the Regius Professor of Anatomy, to the student obtaining the highest marks in a special examination on the subject of embryology to be set for the purpose by the Professor.

Summary

Thomas Adam Mathieson (Anderson College) Prize
Award Type: Prizes
Year Founded: 1897
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Record last updated: 11th Aug 2007

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