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The Work of the National Physical Laboratory

Nature volume 162, pages 131133 (24 July 1948) | Download Citation



THIS year, ‘open days' at the National Physical Laboratory were held on June 21 and 22. On the first day representatives of industry, including many from organisations having no previous contact with the Laboratory, took this opportunity of seeing the large variety of research and investigational work that is undertaken. On June 22, the occasion of the annual inspection by the Laboratory‘s General Board, of which the president of the Royal Society is chairman, the visitors included members of the scientific staffs of universities and Government departments.

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