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Post-war policy for science, 1944

This report from the Association of Scientific Workers calls for the development of an integrated Government science policy to ensure that new technology developed for war would be exploited for non-destructive means. Its recommendations include more investment in new industries, such as plastics; higher levels of funding for university research and education; the establishment of a National Health Service; and the improvement of machinery and technique in agriculture and raw materials.

Title Post-war policy for science, 1944
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Production Date 1944
Format Document
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Holding Institution TUC Library Collections, London Metropolitan University
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