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Bavarian Academy of Science Names Three Jews As Members

Three Jews are among the 14 scholars in foreign countries who have just been named as Associate Members of the Bavarian Academy of Sciences. Professor Otto Loewy, the 1936 Nobel Prize winner in physiology who now lives in New York, was among those honored, as were the two Budapest mathematicians, Leopold Feier and Frederic Riesz.

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