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The Carnegie Trust for the Universities of Scotland

Nature volume 101, pages 245246 (30 May 1918) | Download Citation



A FEW months ago (NATURE, January 10, p. 369) attention was directed to a report of a special committee appointed by the British Science Guild and published in the journal of the Guild for December last. The report discussed the rnanner in which the trustees of the Carnegie Trust for the Universities of Scotland were carrying out their purpose of strengthening and developing scientific research, a question which was raised by Prof. Soddy in Science Progress for January, 1917. The recent issue of the sixteenth annual report of the Carnegie Trust seems to call for some further comment in connection with the criticisms then advanced.

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