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A great deal has been said in recent years about science and technology; the alleged inadequacy of the latter in this country and the place it should take in the educational world. I do not propose to discuss these questions, though obviously my subject bears upon them. I do not, in fact, propose to use the word "technology”
at all; it smacks too much of applied science and of industry to be a happy description of structural engineering.
Professor A.G. Pugsley
Dr. HAJNAL-KONYI said that, in view of the length of his original paper, he had had to omit from the published paper his introduction, which formed the background for the tests described. Therefore, he would read the introduction in order to put the matter
in its proper perspective. He had wanted to avoid omitting any of the technical information because he wanted readers of the paper to arrive at their own conclusions.