The National Academy of Sciences has announced the election of officers, members, and foreign associates at its annual meeting held in Washington, April 25, 26, and 27. E. B. Wilson, emeritus professor of vital statistics of the Harvard School of Public Health, was elected to a four‐year term as vice president, while J. H. Hildebrand of the University of California and E. W. Goodpasture of Vanderbilt University were chosen as council members for a three‐year period.

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