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SCIENCE AND THE WAR EFFORT

Nature volume 149, pages 616617 (30 May 1942) | Download Citation

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A “SCIENCE for Victory” Conference, organized by the Southern Area Committee of the Association of Scientific Workers, was held at University College, Southampton, on May 17. The meeting attracted scientific and technical workers from a wide area of southern England. Mr. Alexander Orba (instructor in radio at University College) presided at the afternoon session, and opened the Conference; he said that this was the first representative gathering of scientific and technical workers to be held in the Southampton area, to discuss the organization of their affairs and represented an important step forward in the part to be played by scientific men in the life of such an industrial area.

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