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The Structural Engineer - what should be in it? The nature of the contents of the Institution’s journal has been discussed frequently in Verulam - e.g. reference to the journal for 18 August 1992 will reveal quite extensive correspondence on whether the technical papers are ‘too academic and on the production of ‘practical’ papers. Darryl Blackwood, of Manchester, expresses a desire for an even wider range of articles and features than at present appears: The image of the profession has been a source of concern of late. One of the vehicles which promotes the image of the structural engineer is The Structural Engineer. Verulam

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