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The First Imperial Veterinary Conference

Nature volume 143, page 693 (22 April 1939) | Download Citation

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THE Imperial Agricultural Research Conference which was held in London in 1927 recommended that certain specialized imperial agricultural bureaux should be established, and as a result ten bureaux are now in operation. Two important events have since taken place. Following the Ottawa Conference of 1932, the Imperial Committee on Economic Consultation and Co-operation, in 1933, examined and reported on inter alia the work and functions of these bureaux; and in 1936 the British Commonwealth Scientific Conference met.

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