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Ethics and Archæology

Nature volume 131, pages 561563 (22 April 1933) | Download Citation



IN these days when public interest in science is growing in itself an excellent thing, even though not universally regarded as an unmixed blessing and calls for constant stimulation by accounts of the latest discovery, the problem of acknowledgment and the legitimate use which may be made of the results of recent research is one which in its general bearing affects all research workers in science and its practical and theoretical application.

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