Science, Nide 50

John Michels (Journalist)
American Association for the Advancement of Science, 1919
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Sivu 518 - ... the School of Hygiene and Public Health of the Johns Hopkins University...
Sivu 520 - William H. Welch, director of the school of hygiene and public health of Johns Hopkins University. Baltimore, Md..
Sivu 142 - I weigh my words when I say that, if the nation could purchase a potential Watt, or Davy, or Faraday, at the cost of a hundred thousand pounds down, he would be dirt-cheap at the money. It is a mere commonplace and every-day piece of knowledge, that what these three men did has produced untold millions of wealth, in the narrowest economical sense of the word.
Sivu 221 - Sir, he's cleaning the back parlour window," said the temporary head of the philosophical class. " So he is, to be sure," rejoined Squeers. " We go upon the practical mode of teaching, Nickleby; the regular education system.
Sivu 223 - Science and the Division of Chemistry and Chemical Technology of the National Research Council.
Sivu 142 - By every means in our power, therefore, let us show our appreciation of pure science, and let us forward the work of the pure scientists, for they are the advance guard of civilization. They point the way which we must follow. Let us arouse the people of our country to the wonderful possibilities of scientific discovery and to the responsibility to support it which rests upon them, and I am sure that they will respond generously and effectively.
Sivu 106 - Observatory. $200 to MAJOR WILLIAM BOWIE, Chief of the Division of Geodesy, US Coast and Geodetic Survey, in temporary support of the International Latitude Observatory at Ukiah, California, to assist in meeting an emergency due to the failure of the Observatory's regular source of funds. The cash balance of the Draper Fund on March 31, 1920, was $1,065.04. Additional income to the amount of $917.50 is...
Sivu 403 - The present bill is HR 9353 : " To create a national university at the seat of the Federal Government." The institution, to be known as the " National University of the United States," is to be governed by a board of trustees, consisting of the US Commissioner of Education and twelve appointed members; the acts of the board are subject to approval by an advisory council, consisting of one representative (usually the president of the State University) from each state.

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