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Royal Institution Discourses

Nature volume 145, page 66 (13 January 1940) | Download Citation

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THE following Friday Evening Discourses have been arranged by the Royal Institution to be delivered before Easter. The discourses begin at 5 o'clock: January 19, Sir Leonard Woolley, "The Latest Excavations at Atchana in North Syria"; January 26, Sir Noel Ashbridge, "Long Distance Broadcasting"; February 9, Prof. L. C. Martin, "Ultra-Violet and Electron Microscopy"; February 16, Sir William Bragg, "Physics in War-time"; March 1, Lord Eustace Percy, "Peace-making after War: Past History and Future Problems"; March 8, Sir William Bragg, "Experiments from the Researches of Sir James Dewar"; March 15, Sir Frederick Keeble, "Agriculture and National Well-being".

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