Chemical Literature, Volume 3, Number 2, Summer 1951 Page: 2
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DIAMOND JUBILEE MEETING
Continued from Page One
10. Thirty Years' Work of the Commission on the
Nomenclature of Biological Chemistry. J.
Courtois, Faculte de Pharmacie, Paris.
11. Nomenclature in Industry. H. S. Nutting, The
Dow Chemical Co.
12. The Relation Between Chemical Symbolism and
Chemical Nomenclature. Malcolm G. Dyson,
British Chemicals and Biologicals, Ltd.
13. Classification by Means of Terminology.
W. Perry, Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
COMMUNICATION OF CHEMICAL INFORMATION
1. Introduction. Robert S. Casey, W. A. Sheaffer
2. Technical News Services, Cedric R. Flagg and
Robert Ware, Research and Development Board.
3. Readability Measurement as Applied to Chemical
Writing, Rudolf Flesch.
4. We Talk to Ourselves - Too Much, D. H. Killeffer.
5. Semantics in Report Writing, Herbert B.
Michaelson, Sylvania Electric Products, Inc.
6. Scaling the Language Barrier, James W. Perry,
Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
7. How to Put Across a Technical Paper, L. N.
8. Communication of U.S.' Government Technical
Information, Eugene W. Scott, Interdepartmental
Committee on Scientific Research and Development,
and Alberto F. Thompson, U. S. Atomic
9. Gathering Scientific Information Abroad, C. E.
Sunderlin, Office of Naval Research.
MECHANICAL AIDS IN CHEMICAL DOCUMENTATION
1. Introduction. J. W. Perry, Massachusetts Institute
2. Recent Steps in the Development of a Gmelin
Information Center. E. Tietsch, Gnelin Institut.
3. Mechanical Searching in the U.S. Patent Office.
M. F. Bailey, B. E. Lanham, and J. Liebowitz,
U.S. Patent Office
4. Coordinate Indexing of Scientific Fields.
Mortimer Taube and Alberto F. Thompson, U.S.
Atomic Energy Commiussion.
5. Categorization as a Basis for Machine Coding.
S. V. Larkey, Williamina A. Himwich, and Helen
G. Field, Johns Hopkins University.
6. Potentialities of Organic Ciphering Systems
With Respect to Indexing and Related Topics.
F. Richter, Beilstein Institut.
7. Programs and Equipment for Sorting GKD-Punched
Cards for Any Structurally Defined Group,
W. H. T. Davison, Dunlap Rubber Co. (England).
8. Adapting Digital Computer Techniques to Litera.
ture Searching. Phillip R. Bagley and J. W.
Perry, Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
NEW DIRECTORY PLANNED
Plans for the publication of a 1951 Directory of
the Division of Chemical Literature have been
approved by the Executive Committee. This will
probably appear in the Fall, 1951, issue of Chemical
Literature, which will be distributed to
members and associates early in August.
Members names and addresses will appear just as
they are recorded in the Division's records, which
means just as they appear on the envelope in which
you received this issue. If these data are incor.
rect, or if your company affiliation does not
appear in your address and you would like it
included, please inform the Division's secretary,
Mr. Robert S. Casey, immediately (c/o W. A.
Sheaffer Pen Company, Fort Madison, Iowa).
If sufficient members have responded to the
questionnaire which accompanied the list of
Division papers sent out by Mr. M. P. Doss in
March, an attempt may be made in this directory
to indicate each individual's interest in the
various phases of chemical documentation.
As a service to members and associates of the
Division, Chemical Literature will begin carrying
"Position Wanted" and "Position Open" advertise
ments in the Fall, 1951,.issue, much in the manner
of Chemical and Engineering News. Naturally, thi,
service will not provide advertisers with tL'
broad audience afforded by the latter journal, I
it will-make possible access to the Division'.
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