Eighth Annual Meeting of the IADR – First Outside the U.S.

It was noteworthy for being the first meeting outside the United States, which underscored the intention for the Association to be internationally focused. There were several attendees from overseas, some beginning to organize small sections such as the one from Vienna, Austria.

The National Institute of Health is Established

In 1930, the Ransdell Act changed the name of the Hygienic Laboratory to National Institute of Health (NIH) and authorized the establishment of fellowships for research into basic biological and medical problems.

Souder Calls for More Data on Dental Materials

G.V. Black visited Frederick McKay in Colorado Spring, Colorado, in July 1909 to investigage the condition then called Colorado brown stain.

Research on the Aetiology of Mottled Enamel Gains Momentum