JERUSALEM (Jun. 16)
An international symposium on “The Impact of the Basic Sciences on Medicine,” to be attended by some 60 scientists from 12 countries, will be held here nest week to mark the dedication of the new building of the Hebrew University-Hadassah Medical School, it was announced here today by Eliahu Elath, president of the university, and Mrs. Charlotte Jacobson, president of Hadassah. The $7,500,000 building will be formally dedicated on Sunday.
Among the noted scientists who will attend the symposium will be Nobel prize-winner Ernst Chain, Dr. Albert Sabin, developer of live polio vaccine; Colin MacLeod, deputy director of the United States Office of Science and Technology, and other top scientists from France, England, Greece, Turkey, Poland, Yugoslavia, Italy, Sweden and other countries.