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The bill for a national science foundation was approved by the House of Representatives on March 1 by a vote of 247 to 125. The measure now goes to a joint congressional committee for resolution of differences in the versions of the bill as passed by the Senate and by the House.
Cylinders and paraboloids, which, like the sphere, are surfaces of the second degree, were the only aspherical surfaces used for lenses and mirrors until the Schmidt corrector plate, a surface of higher degree, was successfully introduced into optics.
The U.S. National Committee on Theoretical and Applied Mechanics, recently organized by seven national scientific and engineering societies, has been admitted by unanimous consent as an adhering body to the International Union of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics, according to a communication...
This article describes a simple electronic device for protecting the radio listener from the interminable razzle‐dazzle of radio advertising.;
Biologists have known for some time that bats guide their flight through darkness by means of special cries which are above the frequency range of human hearing.
The development of industrial research foundations as an important force in the advance of applied science is unquestionably one of the major contributions of this century in the field of technological progress. Their appearance on the scene—in the United States at least—ended an era of...
The seventh meeting of the Division of High‐Polymer Physics of the American Physical Society was held on February 2–4 at the Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn and Columbia University. The division, organized in 1944 as the second one authorized by the APS Council, now numbers about two...
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