The 1950 annual meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science is to be held December 26–30 in Cleveland and preliminary announcements of the program indicate that the meeting will at the very least be well attended. All seventeen of the Association's sections and subsections and more than forty participating organizations are completing plans for a total of over two hundred sessions to be held during the five‐day period. The Annual Science Exposition, to be held in the Arena of Cleveland's Public Auditorium, is to be almost twice as large as last year's show in New York. Some one hundred and fifty booths will be used by publishers, supply houses, and industrial firms to display their wares and the Atomic Energy Commission's American Museum of Atomic Energy is planning an extensive exhibit, including a model of an atomic pile. Also scheduled is a series of tours to nearby museums, laboratories, and industrial plants.

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