Imperial College and 'M.I.T.'

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    PROF. B. V. SOUTHWELL, rector of the Imperial Collegeof Science and Technology, London, has announced in a letter in The Times that the College has come to an arrangement with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology whereby the two institutions will maintain, after the War, a regular interchange of staff and postgraduate students. The Massachusetts Institute of Technology, or more briefly, 'M.I.T.', has a history of eighty years of activity which has made it known throughout the world as a centre for postgraduate instruction and research in science and technology.

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    Imperial College and 'M.I.T.'. Nature 153, 104 (1944) doi:10.1038/153104b0

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