Science: British at Leicester

Obscured in the world Press, as other scientific meetings have been this year by financial and political events, was the 102nd meeting of the British Association for the Advancement of Science, last week at Leicester, England. Yet the Leicester meeting presented many a useful fact and theory. Science v. Work. British scientists are awake to the charge that they are throwing men out of work by inventing too many new processes and machines. To answer critics became the duty of Sir Frederick Gowland Hopkins, biochemist, Nobel Prize Winner in Medicine, president of the...

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