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Committee on Aids for the Deaf

Nature volume 155, page 107 (27 January 1945) | Download Citation



IT has been announced in the House of Commons that the following committee has been appointed to advise and assist the Medical Research Council in promoting research into electro-acoustical problems relating to the design and application of instruments in alleviation of deafness: Dr. W. G. Radley (chairman), Mr. E. J. Barnes, Sir Lawrence Bragg, Mr. N. Fleming, Dr. C. S. Hallpike, Mr. L. C. Pocock and Dr. T. S. Littler (secretary). The Committee has formulated a detailed programme of research, and investigations in which physicists are collaborating with otologists and physiologists are in progress.

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