The Position and Work of the Central Technical College

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    THE Report of the Special Committee appointed by the Governors of the City and Guilds of London Institute, at the instance of the Court of Assistants of the Mercers' Company, to inquire into the expenditure of the Central Technical College as compared with results, has just been published. The Committee comprised not merely representative members of the City Companies, but present and past Presidents of the Royal Society, the Institution of Civil Engineers, the Chemical Society, and other societies interested in the advancement of knowledge, so that its opinion may be regarded as that of the scientific public. Sir John Donnelly was elected chairman of the Committee.

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    The Position and Work of the Central Technical College. Nature 55, 284–286 (1897) doi:10.1038/055284a0

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