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NBS Chief Named Scientific `Genius' Recognized Mentoring By Mail Global Publishing Senate Support Inventive Minds H. Ronald Pulliam, a professor of ecology at the University of Georgia in Athens, has been appointed the first director of the United States Department of Interior's National Biological Survey (NBS). Pulliam, 48, replaces F. Eugene Hester, the acting director of the new agency, which has a staff of more than 1,800. The

The Scientist Staff
Jul 24, 1994

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