Reference numberCD/66/9
TitleCopy letter from [William Bate Hardy, Secretary of the Royal Society]; to Dr [Gilbert Charles] Bourne, FRS; Twyning Manor, near Tewkesbury
Date15 April 1925
DescriptionInforms Dr [Gilbert Charles] Bourne that the aim at present is a survey of the possibilities [for the question of publishing scientific results]. Discusses ideas for this under three main headings:
1. Publication of serious scientific papers by scientific societies
2. The isolated scientific workers in the Empire - how to keep them in touch with their subjects
3. A popular science service.
FormatTypescript copy
Access statusOpen
Fellows associated with this archive
NA1352Bourne; Gilbert Charles (1861 - 1933)1861 - 1933
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