American Society of Agronomy Makes $1,250 Award for Outstanding Contribution
Prof. Jacob G. Lipman, director of the New Jersey Agricultural Experiment Station, has been awarded a prize of $1,250 by the American Society of Agronomy, “For outstanding contributions to the field of nitrogen research.”
The prize money has been given’ by Prof. Lipman to the trustees of Rutgers University, with the proviso that it be made the nucleus of a substantial endowment whose income is to be used in making investigations in soil science.
Prof. Lipman was one of the experts of the Joint Palestine Survey Commission, who went to Palestine, preparing an extensive report for the Jewish Agency Commission.
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