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The University will receive an equal share in the $1,000,000 Eugene Higgins Scientific Trust this year along with Columbia, Yale and Princeton, it was announced in New York.
According to present plans, the money will be used here for medical, dental and public health studies. Columbia expects to use its share on work in nuclear, atomic and molecular physics while Yale will expend its finds for chemical and medical sciences.
At Princeton outstanding scientists will be allowed to use the grant for research in biology.
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