Plaque

Thomas Huxley - SW7

Inscription

This building is known as the Huxley Building of the Royal College of Science in honoured memory of Thomas Henry Huxley FRS, Professor of Biology 1854 - 1895, Dean of the College 1881 - 1895.

Site: Thomas Huxley - SW7 (1 memorial)

SW7, Queen's Gate, Huxley Building, 180

Imperial College has had a 'Huxley Building' for a long time. The first was erected on Exhibition Road in 1867. In 1974-7 that was made over to the V&A Museum and renamed the Henry Cole Building while this new one was built in Queen's Gate and adopted the Huxley name.

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Thomas Huxley - SW7

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Thomas Huxley

Thomas Henry Huxley. Biologist and anthropologist. Born Ealing.  An early adh...

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Thomas Huxley - SW7

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