Charles Alfred Coulson, an English quantum chemist, gave a lecture at the 1951 British Association for the Advancement of Science meeting entitled, "The Place of Science in the Christian Faith.
What does BAAS stand for?
BAAS stands for British Association for the Advancement of Science
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- Bay Area Animal Rights Network (San Francisco, CA)
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- Bay Area Addiction Research and Treatment (San Francisco, CA)
- Backend as a Service (cloud computing)
- Backup as a Service
- Battalion Anti-Armor System
- Belgian Association of Ambulatory Surgery (Belgium)
- Billing Accounting Application Service
- Bloc Autonome d'Alarme Sonore (French: Stand-Alone Alarm Block)
- British Association of Audiological Scientists
- Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society
- Business and Accounting Services (University of Idaho; Moscow, ID)
- Bay Area Active Sports Alliance (Washburn, WI)
- Botanical Artists' Association of Southern Africa
- Brandeis Asian American Students Association (Brandeis University; Massachusetts)
- Business Aviation Association of Southern Africa
- Bay Area Alliance for Sustainable Development (California)
- British Association of American Square Dance Clubs
- British Association of Art Therapists
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Almost every year since 1831, when the British Science Association was founded as the British Association for the Advancement of Science, the Festival (previously known as the Annual Meeting) has taken place at a different location around the country.
Sir Roland Jackson , chief executive of the British Association for the Advancement of Science
However, some leading members of the research community did not think they should have been allowed a platform at the meeting, organised by the British Association for the Advancement of Science (BA).
Ms Cairncross was addressing the meeting at the University of East Anglia in her capacity as this year's president of the BA - the British Association for the Advancement of Science.
At an address to the British Association for the Advancement of Science in 1900 Kelvin stated: "There is nothing new to be discovered in physics now.
The girls' invention has already scooped one of the top prizes at the prestigious British Association for the Advancement of Science CREST Science Fair in London.
Byline: By Denis Kilcommons The British Association for the Advancement of Science also tried to find the world's funniest joke a few years ago.