Barnard's Inn Hall (Gresham College)-1-

Gresham College is an unusual institution of higher learning off Holborn in central London, England. It enrolls no students and grants no degrees.

Gresham College has provided lectures free and open to the public since its foundation under the Will of Sir Thomas Gresham in 1597, long before there was any university in London — excepting the quasi-university Inns of Court.

Gresham College in A Different FleshEdit

Gresham College, 1740-1-
Lord Brouncker was at Gresham College when Samuel Pepys presented Boucker with an early articulation of the transformational theory of life. Boucker arranged for Pepys to present his ideas to the Royal Society.[1]


  1. See e.g. Kaleidoscope, pg. 12, mpp.
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