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" 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... "
Transactions of the American Society for Steel Treating - Page 237
by American Society for Steel Treating - 1923
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Science, Volume 44

John Michels - Science - 1916
...science, who were seeking only to discover the laws of nature aud extend the realm of human knowledge. By every means in our power, therefore, let us show...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...
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Science, Volume 50

John Michels - Science - 1919
...research, Colonel Carty dwells on the importance of fundamental researches in science, and remarks : By every means in our power, therefore, let us show our appreciation of pure science and let из forward the work of the pure scientists, for they are the advance guard of civilization. They...
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Transactions

American Institute of Electrical Engineers - Electric engineering - 1916
...science, who were seeking only to discover the laws of nature and extend the realm of human knowledge. By every means in our power, therefore, let us show...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...
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Transactions, Volume 35, Part 1

American Institute of Electrical Engineers - Electric engineering - 1916
...science, who were seeking only to discover the laws of nature and extend the realm of human knowledge. By every means in our power, therefore, let us show...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...
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Annual Report of the Board of Regents of the Smithsonian Institution

Smithsonian Institution. Board of Regents - Discoveries in science - 1917
...science, who were seeking only to discover the laws of nature and extend the realm of human knowledge. By every means in our power, therefore, let us show...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...
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The National Importance of Scientific and Industrial Research

George Ellery Hale, Elihu Root, Henry Smith Pritchett - Industries - 1919 - 43 pages
...research fellowships, professorships, and adequately endowed laboratories. Dr. Carty emphasized this view in his presidential address to the Institute of Electrical...wonderful possibilities of scientific discovery and to the responsibility to support it which rests upon them, and I am sure they will respond generously and...
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Science, Volume 50

John Michels - Science - 1919
...fundamental researches in science, and remarks: By every means in our power, therefore, let us enow our appreciation of pure science and let us forward...wonderful possibilities of scientific discovery and to the responsibility to support it which rests upon them, and I am sure they will respond generously and...
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Science, Volume 50

John Michels - Science - 1919
...importance of fundamental researches in science, and remarks: By every means in our power, therefor*, let u show our appreciation of pure science and let us forward...which we must follow. Let us arouse the people of oar country to the wonderful powibilities of scientific discovery and to the responsibility to support...
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The New World of Science: Its Development During the War

Robert Mearns Yerkes - Discoveries in science - 1920 - 443 pages
...science, who were seeking only to discover the laws of nature and extend the realm of human knowledge. " By every means in our power, therefore, let us show...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...
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The Michigan Technic, Volumes 38-39

Engineering - 1924
...Dr. JJ Carty said in his presidential address to the Institute of Electrical Engineers ten years ago: "By every means in our power, therefore, let us show...forward the work of the pure scientists, for they arc the advance guard of civilization. They point the way which we must follow. Let us arouse the people...
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