Scientia Canadensis
Canadian Journal of the History of Science, Technology and Medicine
Revue canadienne d'histoire des sciences, des techniques et de la médecine

Volume 15, Number 2 (41), 1991 Building Canadian Science: The Role of the National Research Council Guest-edited by Richard A. Jarrell and Yves Gingras

Table of contents (15 articles)

  1. Preface
  2. Introduction: Building Canadian Science
  3. The Commission of Conservation as a Forerunner to the National Research Council 1909-1921
  4. “The Onery Council of Scientific and Industrial Pretence”: Universities in the Early NRC’s Plans for Insdustrial Research
  5. The Origins of Organized Canadian Medical Research: The National Research Coucil’s Associate Committee on Tuberculosis Research, 1924-1938
  6. The Associate Committees on Medical Research of the National Research Council and the Second World War
  7. Expansion and Consolidation: The Associate Committee and the Division of Medical Research of the NRC, 1938-1959
  8. A Select Few: Women and the National Research Council of Canada, 1916-1991
  9. The National Research Council and Seventy-five Years of Agricultural Research in Canada
  10. The NRC Postdoctorate Fellowships, 1948-1978
  11. Some Recollections of the Radio and Electrical Engineering Division of the National Research Council of Canada, 1946-1977
  12. The National Research Council of Canada: Its Historiography, its Chronology, its Bibliography
  13. Select Chronology of NRC
  14. Select Bibliography of the NRC
  15. Contributors and Editors

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