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Scientific Approach to Milk Policy

Nature volume 143, pages 588590 (08 April 1939) | Download Citation



MANY members of the British Association for the Advancement of Science have been feeling during the past three or four years that more efficient machinery should be devised by the Association for the consideration of the effects on society of scientific developments and discoveries, and for the application of scientific methods to social ends. At the Cambridge meeting of the Association in August last, it was decided to constitute a new Division of the Association to be concerned with social and international relations of science, and Sir Richard Gregory was elected the first chairman. It was later decided that the Division should hold meetings, at times intermediate between those of the normal annual meetings of the Association, at different centres in Great Britain and elsewhere.

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