National Research Council, Canada


    THE twenty-sixth annual report of the National Research Council, Canada, 1942–43, includes the report of the president together with the reports of the directors of the Divisions of Applied Biology, Chemistry, Mechanical Engineering, Physics and Electrical Engineering, of the Section on Codes and Specifications and of the Research Plans and Publications Section. Owing to war-time requirements, publication of the "Review of Activities" has been discontinued temporarily. The National Research Council is now serving as a central co-ordinating body directing scientific research in Canada, within its own laboratories, in the universities and in industry, and the Council has been appointed the official research station of the Navy, Army and Air Force in Canada.

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    National Research Council, Canada. Nature 154, 245–246 (1944) doi:10.1038/154245a0

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