SCIENCE IN CZECHOSLOVAKIA AND YUGOSLAVIA

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    A DISCUSSION on “Science in Czechoslovakia”, arranged by the Society for Visiting Scientists, was held at the Society's House on February 1. Dr. Jan Masaryk was in the chair, and the speakers were: Prof. J. Belehradek, rector of the Charles University, Prague ; Dr. J. Cisar, charge d'affaires, Czechoslovak Embassy ; Prof. E. G. Cox, University of Leeds ; Dr. S. C. Dykes ; Sir Alfred Egerton ; Prof. A. Stampar, rector of the University of Zagreb ; and Dr. Nora Wooster.

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    SCIENCE IN CZECHOSLOVAKIA AND YUGOSLAVIA. Nature 157, 487 (1946) doi:10.1038/157487a0

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