FRATTLETN GEBDA LASKI, who was one of the few women to succeed in making a name for herself in the realms of the exact sciences, died in Berlin on Nov. 24. Coming of a well-to-do family in Vienna, her attention was liberally directed from the first towards the arts and sciences, a fact which, combined with a natural vivacity and affectionate temperament, endowed her with great versatility, and added jn no small degree to the charm of her personality.
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Frãulein Gerda Laski. Nature 123, 250 (1929). https://doi.org/10.1038/123250a0