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The Toronto Meeting of the British Association

Nature volume 113, pages 682683 (10 May 1924) | Download Citation



A RRANGEMENTS for the Toronto meeting of the British Association are already well advanced. The meeting will open on Wednesday, August 6, with the installation of Sir David Bruce as president in succession to Sir Ernest Rutherford, and the delivery of the new president's address on advances in our know ledge of disease and the means of coping with and pre venting it, with special reference to preventive measures used during the War. The meeting will continue until August 13; meanwhile, the International Mathematical Congress will have begun in Toronto on August n, and on the mathematical, physical, and engineering sides especially, there will be an unique opportunity for co-operation.

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