The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 73 (1995) > Issues > Issue 16 > Branching out in the 21st Century
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Branching out in the 21st Century

It was purely coincidental that a major theme of my own Chairman’s address to the Scottish Branch on 13 October 1994 was mirrored in the President’s address made only a week before. The fact that we both considered that communication is of vital importance to the future of the Institution was sufficient for me to tidy up the notes made for my address and submit them as a viewpoint article in the journal. Professor H.D. Wright

Author(s): Wright, H D

Keywords: istructe branches;training;information;internet;communications