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" Society has been not infrequently greatly hampered in giving its advice, by the knowledge that the funds absolutely needed for the carrying out of the matters in question in accordance with our present scientific knowledge would not be forthcoming. Though... "
Nature - Page 108
edited by - 1905
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Nature, Volume 71

Sir Norman Lockyer - Electronic journals - 1905
...responsibility. I am sure that the society is with me, if I say that the expenditure by the r.overnrnent on scientific research and scientific institutions,...throughout the more influential classes of society, of a sufficiently intelligent appreciation of the supreme importance of scientific knowledge and scientific...
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Year-book of the Royal Society of London, Issue 9

Science - 1905
...commands not only the confidence of the scientific world, but also of Parliament." In the past the Eoyal Society has been not infrequently greatly hampered...throughout the more influential classes of society, of a sufficiently intelligent appreciation of the supreme importance of scientific knowledge and scientificmethods...
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The New Biological Station at Port Erin (Isle of Man ..., Volume 18, Part 1904

Liverpool Marine Biology Committee - 1904
...FRS (WITH MANY ILLUSTRATIONS.) LIVERPOOL : C. TINLINQ & Co., LTD., PRINTERS, 53, VICTORIA STREET, " The expenditure by the Government on scientific research...of the present state of international competition The cause is deeper; it lies in the absence in the leaders of public opinion — and, indeed, throughout...
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Proceedings of the Royal Society of London: Mathematical and physical sciences

Mathematics - 1905
...Society, as set forth in the words of the Charters : " The promotion of Natural Knowledge." The successive generations of Fellows have unsparingly contributed...throughout the more influential classes of society, of a sufficiently intelligent appreciation of the supreme importance of scientific knowledge and scientific...
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Proceedings of the Royal Society of London: Biological sciences ..., Volume 76

Biology - 1905
...very fortunate in being able to rely, in dealing with scientific questions, upon the aid of the lloyal Society, which commands not only the confidence of...throughout the more influential classes of society, of a sufficiently intelligent appreciation of the supreme importance of scientific knowledge and scientific...
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Proceedings of the Royal Society of London: Biological sciences, Volume 76

Science - 1905
...if I say that the expenditure by the Government on scientific research and scientific institlitions, on which its commercial and industrial prosperity...throughout the more influential classes of society, of a sufficiently intelligent appreciation of the supreme importance of scientific knowledge and scientific...
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The Royal Society; or, Science in the state and in the schools

Sir William Huggins - 1906 - 131 pages
...Society, as set forth in the words of the Charters : " The promotion of Natural Knowledge." The successive generations of Fellows have unsparingly contributed...throughout the more influential classes of society, of a sufficiently intelligent appreciation of the supreme importance of scientific knowledge and scientific...
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THE ROYAL SOCIETY

SIR WILLIAM HUGGINS - 1906
...Society, as set forth in the words of the Charters : " The promotion of Natural Knowledge." The successive generations of Fellows have unsparingly contributed...public opinion, and cannot go beyond it. The cause is deeper,—it lies in the absence in the leaders of public opinion, and indeed throughout the more influential...
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The Breeding Industry: Its Value to the Country, and Its Needs

Walter Heape - Animal breeding - 1906 - 154 pages
...President of the Society remarked, in connection with the welfare of the country, "the expenditure of the Government on scientific research and scientific...of the present state of international competition." Such a statement is certainly applicable to the Board of Agriculture. It may be claimed it is not constituted...
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Proceedings of the Royal Society of London: Biological sciences ..., Volume 76

Biology - 1905
...very fortunate in being able to rely, in dealing with scientific questions, upon the aid of the Koyal Society, which commands not only the confidence of...throughout the more influential classes of society, of a sufficiently intelligent appreciation of the supreme importance of scientific knowledge and scientific...
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