Science and Technology Science in the USSR

Davis, Jerome
October 1944
New Republic;10/9/44, Vol. 111 Issue 15, p460
Focuses on the Soviet Union's policy towards scientific and technological research. Provision of educational incentives to children who demonstrate ingenuity or show interest to inventions; Establishment of academies of science and technological institutes in the union and affiliated republics; Encouragement for a constant intellectual exchange of scientific experiments and the adoption of proven technology.


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