The past year has seen what may turn out to be the start of great progress in our understanding of meson problems. This was brought into focus at the Third Annual Rochester Conference on High‐Energy Physics, held December 18–20, 1952, and the topics discussed there form a convenient framework for presenting recent work in this field. The series of Rochester conferences, organized by R. E. Marshak and made possible by the support of a group of Rochester industries together, in the present instance, with that of the National Science Foundation, has consisted of informal sessions in which the latest experimental and theoretical results have been mulled over by representatives of most of the American and some of the foreign groups directly concerned with high‐energy physics.

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