Science in the Technological Revolution
Dr. Edward Teller related that the lack of cooperation and communication presented the principal difficulties to scientists, mathematicians, chemists, and physicists. He spoke about the need for colleges and universities to further implement their applied science programs.
Additional Descriptive Notes: Speech given as part of Engineering and Science Week
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