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The Scientific Department of the Imperial Institute

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THE extended organisation of the experimental branch of the Scientific and Technical Research Department of the Imperial Institute is now nearly complete, and the whole of the west corridor of the second floor is occupied by well-equipped laboratories, instrument rooms, and sample examination rooms, whilst the recently appointed staff of skilled chemists is already engaged in the scientific and technical investigation of numerous Indian and Colonial products, which are likely to prove of commercial importance or of scientific interest.

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