Science: BAAS

The British Association for the Advancement of Science is much more attentive to the condition of the world and to its own place in human society than is the corresponding body in the U. S. Staging its annual meeting in Blackpool on the sandy shores of industrial Lancashire last week, BAAS had the usual number of sheltered sectional conferences on such subjects as Representation by squares and quadratic integers in a real quadratic corpus and The ecology of young salmon. But. aside from the astronomical lucubrations of Sir James Jeans and one or...

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