A high‐flux isotope reactor, designed and built at Oak Ridge National Laboratory, will produce 1 g/yr of and appreciable amounts of other transuranic isotopes. Along with the reactor, a complex processing and extraction plant and a laboratory for investigating these elements make a unique facility for transuranic research.
A textbook especially for medical students, demonstration apparatus for mechanics and optics, and publications in psychology, physiology and the history and theory of inductive science were among the activities of this physicist who gave equal weight to teaching and research.
Joint American‐Indian efforts to establish math‐science summer programs have met with various difficulties. While the goals are laudable, success is often minimal. A critique of one institute may be valuable for future programs.