Science: A. A. A. S.

A scientist's holiday is to come out of his classroom or laboratory and discuss his specialty before a meeting of his peers. Groups of scientists met last week all through the land to discuss another year's developments in all manner of sciences. Astronomers pondered huge things at New Haven. Bacteriologists gossiped about small things in Cambridge. Geologists at Toronto heard greetings from President Hoover, himself a charter member of the Geological Society of America. Rheologists told at Easton, Pa. what news they knew of flowing liquids. Psychologists chatted in Iowa City of habits,...

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