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My career started in the early 1950s when the whole process of education and training was quite different to the process today. There were a greater number of ways in which one could obtain professional qualifications, since it was not until 1972 that the profession decided to emphasise graduate entry only.
Research on shear is reviewed, with developments in a number of topics traced from the turn of the century until the present day. The current situation and the prospects for future progress are discussed. Finally, some more general conclusions are drawn from the background of this particular area.
Professor P.E. Regan
This number of the Journal marks a new era in the history of the Institution. First
of all, it bears for the first time the new title of the Institution; and secondly the size, and, it is intended, the matter included, are both enlarged.