University Education in Natural Science

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IN the leading article in Nature of April 30, attention is rightly directed to the high degree of specialization which is now demanded of our science graduates, a degree of specialization which, as is said there, "too often begins", and as I should say because of university scholarship demands, "usually begins", at school.

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CANNON, H. University Education in Natural Science. Nature 163, 882 (1949). https://doi.org/10.1038/163882a0

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