Russia Mobilized Science

Williams, Albert Rhys
December 1942
New Republic;12/28/42, Vol. 107 Issue 26, p854
Reports that William Jefers, director of rubber conservation, announced that a committee of four American experts would go to the Soviet Union to study Russian methods of producing artificial rubber. Experimentation with poly-metals and problems of corrosion; Attention to the job of correcting artillery fire and hydrodynamics; Emphasis on the organic relationship between the work of the scientists and the rubber; Success of Soviet scientists in the making of synthetic rubber.


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