Science: Chemists in Chicago

The British Association for the Advancement of Science was concluding its sessions at Leicester last week as the American Chemical Society was beginning its in Chicago. Many of the subjects discussed before both bodies were, identical, notably the surveys of vitamins, hormones and enzymes. At Leicester, Sir Frederick Gowland Hopkins devoted his B. A. A. S. presidential address to these vital entities. In Chicago they were the subject of a symposium in which A. C. S. President Arthur Becket Lamb partook, and at which foreign guests of the Society expounded—Munich's Dr. Richard Willstätter...

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