Education for the Engineering Industry*


    THE triumphs of engineering science and technique are reflected by every development of modern civilisation, and further development will depend, to a large extent, upon the continued supply of qualified and capable engineers. Here, then, is constituted a need which must be provided by engineers and educationists of to-day. It depends on them whether the engineers of the next generation shall be trained and educated in a manner suited to the importance of their calling.

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    Education for the Engineering Industry*. Nature 127, 881–882 (1931).

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