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Nature volume 101, pages 336338 (27 June 1918) | Download Citation



AT the request of my friend, Lord Sydenham, I am pleased to support the work which has been so ably carried on by the British Science Guild, now under his leadership. I do so principally for two reasons: First, because of the importance of the work; secondly, because I believe that an erroneous impression exists in many quarters as to the attitude of the producing interests of this country to this work, and I wish to endeavour to remove this impression.

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