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The Fellowship Office of the National Research Council, Washington, D. C, announces that applications for fellowships in the natural sciences now are being accepted for consideration at the spring meetings of the Fellowship Boards. The fellowship programs are supported by the Rockefeller Foundation, the Radio Corporation of America, Merck and Company, the Carnegie Corporation, and the Atomic Energy Commission, and administered by the National Research Council. These provide for both predoctoral and postdoctoral research by United States citizens (in one case, Canadian citizens are eligible). Fellowship work may be pursued in the physical, biological, agricultural, and basic medical sciences, including engineering, anthropology, and psychology. One program provides special training in the social sciences for persons with doctorates in the natural sciences, or training in the natural sciences for persons with doctorates in the social sciences.