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Nature volume 135, page 181 (02 February 1935) | Download Citation



THE low temperature exhibition, which is being arranged by the Science Museum, has already been mentioned in these columns; we now learn from the director of the Museum, Col. E. E. B. Mackintosh, that the opening date has been postponed until March 1936 in order to give a longer time for the preparation of the exhibits. The exhibition will remain open until the end of May and will therefore immediately precede the Seventh International Congress of Refrigeration to be held in Holland in May 1936. Promises of several interesting exhibits have already been received and the committee, under the chairmanship of Mr. H. T. Tizard, has made considerable progress with the arrangements. The other members of the committee are Dr. Ezer Griffiths, Prof. P. Kapitza, Prof. F. A. Lindemann, Prof. J. C. McLennan, Lord Melchett, Mr. C. C. Paterson, Dr. J. D. Pollock, Prof. F. Simon, Prof. M. W. Travers and Mr. R. S. Whipple, while the Museum officer responsible for carrying out the arrangements is Mr. T. C. Crawhall, who was also responsible for the Refrigeration Exhibition recently held in the Science Museum.

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