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Royal Society: Special Election

Nature volume 158, page 781 (30 November 1946) | Download Citation



UNDER, the Statute of the Royal Society which provides for the election of persons who either have rendered conspicuous service to the cause of science or are such that their election would be of signal benefit to the Society, Dr. C. J. Mackenzie, president of the National Research Council of Canada, has been elected a fellow of the Society.

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