Science: Honors

Each midwinter, with medals, scrolls, plaques, sonorous words and sometimes money, Science acclaims industrial and academic workers for outstanding achievement. Among those thus recently honored:

Arthur Edwin Kennelly, 74, professor emeritus of electrical engineering at Harvard University and Massachusetts Institute of Technology, onetime assistant to Thomas A. Edison, codiscoverer of the radio-reflecting region of electrified air called the Kennelly-Heaviside Layer; the Mascart Medal, awarded every three years by the Societe Franchise des Electriciens: for contributions to pure science and for services on international commit tees whose efforts culminated last sum...

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