Corrections and Clarifications

Erratum

Science  23 Mar 1984:
Vol. 223, Issue 4642, pp. 1248
DOI: 10.1126/science.223.4642.1248-b

Abstract

A line was inadvertantly omitted from the last sentence of George S. Mumford's letter of 20 January (p. 238). It should have read, "If, at an early stage, we could foster in this manner a feeling among our graduates of their indebtedness to the general public for directly or indirectly supporting their research and the right of that public to know the results, it might become traditional for them to proceed in such a way throughout a career."

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