Science: Czech Analyzer

The Carnegie Endowment for International Peace considered a Czech electrical device for analyzing chemicals so highly useful that it imported the inventor last week, let him pause only briefly in Manhattan, sent him post-haste to Berkeley, Calif. There he will be Professor Charles Bernard Lipman's house guest. After the University of California has Professor Jaroslav Heyrovsky for one month, he will spend another month at Stanford. Then Caltech will get him for two months. He expects those institutions, and many other rich ones, will buy his device. Enterprising Universities of Michigan, Chicago and...

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