Huxley, Julian
August 1949
Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists;Aug/Sep1949, Vol. 5 Issue 8/9, p209
The article discusses the author's experience on the relationship between science and technology and actions of men. He suggests that scientific workers and biologists have responsibility in seeing great generalizations of modern genetics and evolutionary biology for general education. He demands that the policy to raise the standard of life, to improve health, to increase production, and to promote military efficiency should be practically designed.


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