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Author United States. Congress. House.

Title Research -- a national resource. II. -- Industrial research. December 1940. [electronic resource]

Published Washington, DC, 1941

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Physical description 381 p. : illustrations, tables.
Series United States congressional serial set; serial set no. 10587
House document / 77th Congress, 1st session. House ; no. 234
House document (United States. Congress. House) ; 77th Congress, no. 234
Notes Table of contents, p. IX.
List of illustrations, p. X.
A report on industrial research as a national resource -- introduction, by Raymond Stevens, p. 5.
The development of industrial research in the United States, by Howard R. Bartlett, p. 19.
Research -- a resource to small companies, by Fairfield E. Raymond, p. 78.
Coordination between industries in industrial research, by C.G. Worthington, p. 85.
Technical research by trade associations, by Charles J. Brand, p. 88.
Fundamental research in industry, by Charles M.A. Stine, p. 98.
Careers in research, by W.A. Gibbons, p. 108.
Research as a growth factor in industry, by Joseph V. Sherman, p. 120.
Industrial research expenditures, by Karl T. Compton, p. 124.
Research in aeronautics, by J.G. Hunsaker, p. 129.
Research in the petroleum industry, by P.K. Frolich, G.H.B. Davis, and H.G.M. Fischer, p. 144.
Research in the iron and steel industry, by Frank T. Sisco, p. 157.
Location and extent of industrial research activity in the United States, by Franklin S. Cooper, p. 173.
Research abroad, by Dexter North, p. 191.
Chemistry in industrial research, by Harrison E. Howe, p. 223.
Physical research in industry as a national resource, by L.O. Grondahl and Elmer Hutchisson, p. 236.
The role of the biologist in industry, by E.B. Fred and C.N. Frey, p. 253.
Industrial mathematics, by Thornton C. Fry, p. 268.
Metallurgical research as a national resource, by H.W. Gillett, p. 289.
The chemical engineer in industrial research, by Sidney D. Kirkpatrick, p. 306.
Industrial research in the field of electrical engineering, by Dugald C. Jackson and Harold E. Richmond, p. 316.
Industrial research by mechanical engineers, by Harvey N. Davis and C.E. Davies, p. 328.
The significance of industrial research in border-line fields, by Caryl P. Haskins, p. 347.
Appendix, p. 363.
The relationship of the National Research Council to industrial research, by Albert L. Barrows, p. 365.
Reproduction Electronic reproduction. Chester, Vt.: NewsBank, inc., 2008. Available via the World Wide Web. Access restricted to Readex U.S. Congressional Serial Set subscribers.
Usage Terms Copyright 2008 by NewsBank, Inc. All rights reserved.
Other author Barrows, Albert L.
Bartlett, Howard R.
Brand, Charles J.
Compton, Karl T.
Cooper, Franklin S.
Davies, C.E.
Davis, G.H.B.
Davis, Harvey Nathaniel.
Fischer, H.G.M.
Fred, E.B.
Frey, C.N.
Frolich, P.K.
Fry, Thornton C.
Gibbons, W.A.
Gillett, H.W., (Horace Wadsworth)
Grondahl, L.O., (Lars Olai)
Haskins, Caryl P., (Caryl Parker)
Howe, Harrison Estell.
Hunsaker, Jerome C., (Jerome Clarke)
Hutchisson, Elmer.
Jackson, Dugald C., (Dugald Caleb)
Kirkpatrick, Sidney D., (Sidney Dale)
North, Dexter.
Raymond, Fairfield E.
Richmond, Harold E.
Sherman, Joseph V.
Sisco, Frank T., (Frank Thayer)
Stevens, Raymond.
Stine, Charles M.A., (Charles Milton Altland)
Worthington, C.G.
United States. National Resources Planning Board.
National Research Council (United States)
Subject Aeronautics.
Chemical research.
Engineering.
Industrial surveys.
Iron and steel industry.
Laboratories.
Metallurgy.
Petroleum industry and trade.
Research and development.
Executive Department Publications.