Science: In Kansas City

Following are salient points made at the annual American Association for the Advancement of Science meeting held in Kansas City, Mo., last week:

The meeting was addressed by its retiring President, Dr. J. McKeen Cattell of Manhattan, and by its President for 1926, Dr. Michael I. Pupin. Dr. Cattell described "a new profession of psychological and industrial engineering," already successful in England. "In every field of activity, from the use of the pick and shovel, of typewriter and ledger, through the factory and office, to the organization...

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