THE Albert medal of the Royal Society of Arts for 1921 has been awarded to Prof. J. A. Fleming in recognition of his many valuable contributions to electrical science and its applications, and especially of his original invention of the thermionic valve, now so largely employed in wireless telegraphy and for other purposes.

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    Notes. Nature 107, 499–503 (1921).

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