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The Admission of Women to the Paris Academy of Sciences

Nature volume 85, pages 372373 (19 January 1911) | Download Citation



IN our last week's issue we gave an account of the action taken at the quarterly plenary meeting of the five academies of the Institute of France on January 5, in relation to the proposal of the Academy of Sciences to elect Madame Curie to the vacancy on the physical section of that body caused by the death of Monsieur Gernez.

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