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Scientific Education of Naval Architects 1

    Naturevolume 79pages111114 (1908) | Download Citation



    IT has occurred to me that an appropriate subject for the address, which it is my duty to deliver as chairman of the council, may be found in a brief account of the methods adopted for the education of naval architects in this country during the past century. I venture to hope that, apart from its particular interest for those engaged in shipbuilding, the narrative may have some value and attraction for those interested in technical education generally, and that it may throw some light on problems of higher technical education which still await solution in this country.

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