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T HE activities of the Institute may be classified into three general areas: (1) Archive Publications. (2) Public Information and Relations with Allied Sciences and Industry, and (3) Development of the Profession including Manpower Needs and Education.;
Arthur H. Barnes, director of the Reactor Engineering Division at Argonne National Laboratory, Lemont, Ill., died on September 8 from a heart ailment.
The impact of science on life is twofold. There is in the first place the technological impact. Here the factual discoveries of science are converted into practice; we discover how to make new sorts of things and how to do new sorts of things. Some of these new things have an impact on daily...
The first Fritz London Award; Standard Oil Company of New Jersey.
Philip B. Bucky, professor of mining and former executive officer (1946–52) of the School of Mines at Columbia University, died on August 8 at the age of 58.;
Irving Langmuir, internationally‐known chemist, physicist, and Nobel Prize winner, died on August 16 after suffering a coronary thrombosis two days earlier while vacationing at Falmouth, Mass. His age was 76.;
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