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Science and Technology in New Zealand

Nature volume 101, page 193 (09 May 1918) | Download Citation



THE quickening of interest in pure and technical science brought aibout by the war in our Colonies as well as in this country is shown foy the action of the New Zealand Government in publishing a journal entitled the New Zealand Journal of Science and Technology, to appear quarterly under (the general editorship of a group of representative scientific men of New Zealand. This is intended to include a number of the shorter and more popular articles on scientific subjects which are likely to interest /the general public, and is supplementary to the more detailed and extended reports of the various scientific departments of the Government. In this way it is ihoped to interest and instruct the public in scientific questions, and to cause the growth of a healthy public opinion on the need for the organisation and extension of industrial research in the community.

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