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March 20, 1926

ITALY

JAMA. 1926;86(12):884-886. doi:10.1001/jama.1926.02670380074026

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Abstract

Prizes Awarded to Professor Gosio  Professor Gosio has been awarded three distinct prizes: the first prize of the Pagliani Foundation (5,000 liras and a gold medal) competed for by distinguished workers in the field of public health; a gold medal conferred by the exposition of applied chemistry, recently held in Turin, and one of the four gold medals struck by the school of tropical medicine of Hamburg, on the occasion of its twenty-fifth anniversary. Professor Gosio has devoted himself to the laboratory of bacteriology of the Italian public health service and is one of the most ardent devotees of malariology in Italy.

The Academy of the Lynxes  The Academy of the Lincei was founded in Rome, Aug. 17, 1603, by Federigo Cesi, prince of Rome, together with Francesco Astelluti, Giovanni Eckio and Anastasio de Filiis, for the chief purpose of promoting the study and the practical application of the experimental

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