Reference numberNLB/58/66
Alternative reference numberNLB/58 p36
TitleCopy letter from Edwin Deller, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society; to R. S. Hole Esquire; c/o Messrs H. S. King & Co; 9 Pall Mall, S.W.
Date21 February 1920
DescriptionInforms Mr. R. S. Mole that he read his memorandum on the scheme for the reorganisation of scientific services in India with great interest. Agrees that organisation should do no more than provide opportunity and select wisely for those fitted for research, and particularly commends paragraph seven, in which Mr. Hole acknowledges that advances in science result from the cross-fertilisation of ideas between workers in different lines.
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