Hunterian


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Hun`te´ri`an


a.1.Discovered or described by John Hunter, an English surgeon; as, the Hunterian chancre. See Chancre.
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Mackintosh's home in Glasgow, rescued from demolition by the late Andrew McLaren Young and now installed in the Hunterian Art Gallery.
The young girl is one of several individuals whose lives are serving a new purpose at Glasgow's Hunterian Art Gallery, throwing light on the lives and deaths of our ancestors.
His professional contributions are recognised by election to many academies in India and abroad, and by the award of the Hunterian Professorship of the Royal College of Surgeons of England.
Dr Azzopardi has received the coveted Hunterian Medal from the Royal College of Surgeons in England.
Of late a number of studies and initiatives, including the Centenary celebrations of Kelvin's death and exhibits such as that of the 'Revolutionary Scientist' in the Hunterian Museum, Glasgow, have been undertaken aiding the redefinition of Kelvin's greatness and achievements.
As he looks forward to a new comicinspired exhibition opening at the Hunterian Art Gallery in the city - where many of his original drawings will go on public display for the first time - he said Scotland has every right to be proud of its place in comic history.
o a museum to display artifacts from the Hunterian Museum, the Crichton Archives and the Dumfries and Galloway collection.
The project is focussed to move the Hunterian Collections from current locations across various University of Glasgow (UoG) storage facilities to a new combined facility at the Kelvin Hall, Dumbarton Road, Glasgow.
The study of the skeleton, which was discovered in 1912 and is part of the Hunterian collection at the University of Glasgow, was conducted with Bradford University.
Andrew Cunningham, for example, writes on how the Hunterian Museum altered considerably under Richard Owens curatorial presence, highlighting how important the curators, or keepers, of anatomical collections have been in shaping a collection's identity and purpose.
It is important to emphasize how grateful we are that Brian donated the bones he found all those years ago," added paleontologist Neil Clark of the University of Glasgow's Hunterian Museum, which received the fossils.
uk/ Liverpool Biennial 2014 - Exhibition Talk: - Leading Whistler scholar Margaret MacDonald from the Department of Art History, University of Glasgow, introduces the artist and the world-famous collection of his prints, copper plates and other works at the Hunterian Art Gallery.