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The Control of Research Programmes in Structural Engineering in Britain

On Thursday 13 January 1966 the motion ‘ That the initiation of research for the construction industry is best left to the research worker’ will be debated at the Institution at 6 pm. Those who are attending the debate at the Institution on 13 January on the control of research programmes may find the following information on the organization and control of research in this country of some interest.

Author(s): Mears, T F;Charman, W R

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