The tenth Fawley lecture of the University of Southampton was given by Professor Sir Willis Jackson, F.R.S., on the subject of ‘Scientific, Technological and Technical Manpower’. As one would expect from Sir Willis, the argument had a directness, cogency, and one might almost say inevitability, about it — inevitability in the sense that one knew one would end up convinced that what he said was both right and important.
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