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Fellowships for 1951-53 to sindy abroad and to conduct research in the physical and biological sciences in connection with atomic energy will be open to students who have received their bachelor's degrees by this summer, the Institute of International Education and the Atomic Energy Commission respectively announced.
The Fellows can travel to Austria, England, France, Germany, Holland, Italy, Latin America, Sweden and Switzerland.
The Oak Ridge ? Institute of Nuclear Studies will grant 250 $1600 awards with additional allowances for travel, tuition, and dependents to students considered suitable for employment by the A.E.C.
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