PROF. H. MUNRO FOX, chairman of the British National Committee for Biology, is on a tour of Europe in order to discuss with colleagues on the Continent co-operation in biological science and particularly the future of the International Union for Biology. After five days in Holland he will proceed to Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Czechoslovakia, Switzerland, France and Belgium in that order, where he will visit the national academy of each country and exchange views with the members. It is hoped that he will also have an opportunity of discussing the needs for scientific instruments and equipment in the laboratories abroad which have suffered from Nazi occupation.

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    Announcements. Nature 157, 437 (1946).

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