The University of Maryland, College Park, Md. has completed a million dollar physics laboratory and an adjoining mathematics building, which houses the Institute for Fluid Dynamics and Applied Mathematics and an extensive physics‐mathematics‐engineering library. A laboratory for molecular physics, directed by Professor A. M. J. F. Michels, is now under construction and will be completed early next year. New research programs have been begun in cosmic rays, microwave physics, solid state theory and elementary particle theory, and statistical mechanics are being continued. Graduate assistantships in teaching or research are available, paying $1200 minimum plus full tuition for the academic year. Requests for further information should be directed to Dr. John S. Toll, head of the physics department

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