The Romance of Research


THIS book depicts, in concise yet lucid and felicitous terms, “the viewpoint of research and something of its methods, its developments, and its achievements”. The man of science and the technologist, no less than the thinking layman, will find much that will interest them; but to no one will it make a stronger appeal than the research student, especially the young investigator who is on the threshold of an industrial career.

The Romance of Research.

By L. V. Redman A. V. H. Mory. (A Century of Progress Series.) Pp. x + 149. (Baltimore, Md.: The Williams and Wilkins Co.; London: Baillière, Tindall and Cox, 1933.) 5s.

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