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Science in Industrial Reconstruction


    WHTHIN the past year or two, frequent reference has been made in these columns to measures of national reconstruction recommended by various committees. There is now a Ministry of Reconstruction, and its advisory committeesare so many that we have almost lost count of them; whilst scarcely a week passes without a report appearing in which promising-schemes of industrial organisation and development are projected. The material value of scientific research is, usually given due recognition, at any rate on paper; and if we may take, these signs as an earnest of things to come, they give us confidence in a progressive future based upon a just and intimate co-ordination of brain and hand.

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