Mathematics and the future of science

Author:
Marshall H. Stone

Journal:
Bull. Amer. Math. Soc. **63** (1957), 61-76

MathSciNet review:
0086013

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**1.**Marshall H. Stone,*Science and statecraft*, Science vol. 105 (1947) pp. 507-510.**2.**F. J. Weyl,*A survey of training and research in applied mathematics in the United States*, a Report by the National Research Council Committee on Training and Research in Applied Mathematics, 1955, reproduced as a monograph by the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics.**3.**A. Whitney Griswold,*What we don't know will hurt us: the power of liberal education*, Harper's Magazine, July, 1954, p. 76 ff.**4.**Alan T. Waterman,*The National Science Foundation program in mathematics*, Bull. Amer. Math. Soc. vol. 60 (1954) pp. 207-214.**5.**P. A. M. Dirac, Proc. Roy. Soc. London. Ser. A, vol. 126 (1929-30) pp. 360-365; vol. 133 (1931) pp. 60-71.**6.**Hideki Yukawa,*An attempt at a unified theory of elementary particles*, Proceedings of the international conference of theoretical physics, Kyoto and Tokyo, 1953, Science Council of Japan, Tokyo, 1954, pp. 2–6; discussion, pp. 7–12. MR**0066972**

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DOI:
https://doi.org/10.1090/S0002-9904-1957-10098-6