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Universities and Education

Nature volume 140, pages 689690 (16 October 1937) | Download Citation



THE discussion in Section G (Engineering) of the British Association at Nottingham on September 3 on the training of university graduates for the engineering industry, which was opened by Prof. F. G. Baily, was notable not only for the high level sustained, apart from one or two lapses, but also for some stimulating remarks on the functions and character of university training in general which merit the attention of a wider audience.

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