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British Institution of Radio Engineers: Twenty-first Anniversary

Nature volume 158, page 660 (09 November 1946) | Download Citation



THE twenty-first anniversary of the formation of the British Institution of Radio Engineers was celebrate by a dinner at the Savoy Hotel on October 31 unclothe presidency of Viscount Mountbatten of Bitffrptf. The guests included several eminent men of science and engineers from the universities, the Services and Government departments. Lord Mount-batten was introduced to the assembly by Mr. Leslie McMichael, the immediate past-president, who explained that the new president had received all the education and training in wireless technology and application provided by the Royal Navy, and that in all these courses he had attained high honours and distinctions.

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