Proceedings on the International Science Foundation Brainpower Forum 1956 Conference. Have We Explored All Sources of Scientific Manpower?
International Science Foundation
Stone, Earl E.
Oberbeck, Thomas E.
Glasgow, Roy S.
Church, William Howard
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At the invitation of Rear Admiral Earl E. Stone, Superintendent of the U. S. Naval Postgraduate School, approximately 100 leaders in industry, government. and education assembled in Monterey, California, October 24- 25, 1956, for the first meeting of the ISF Brainpower Forum. Participants included from the Naval Postgraduate School: Earl E. Stone, Thomas E. Oberbeck, Roy S. Glasgow and William Howard Church.
Following the Proceedings document is a copy of the Summer 1961 issue of "International Cooperation in Science: Quarterly Newsletter of the International Science Foundation". The issue details a "$65 Million International Science Center Proposed for San Francisco", and includes illustrations.
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