Reporter 402, 19 May 1997
The formal opening of the Houldsworth Cluster on April 25 has added 59 multimedia PCs and 20 UNIX workstations to the University's computing facilities. This cluster is used heavily for teaching and, together with the Learning Centre, brings the number of PCs provided centrally in the University to 1,319. Professor Amooie-Foumeny, Head of Chemical Engineering, whose Department donated the required space, was invited to cut the ribbon at the opening ceremony.
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