Science at the International Peace Congress

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SCIENTIFIC concern for the preservation of O world peace found abundant expression at the International Peace Congress held at Brussels on September 3-6. Special commissions considered the bearing of art, science and letters, medicine, agriculture and education on the problems of peace and war, the report of the Science Sub-Commission, formed by a small but internationally representative body of scientific workers under the chairmanship of Dr. J. D. Bernal of Cambridge, being typical of the constructive attitude of the professional delegates.

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