Reporter 425, 19 October 1998

Four become one in new school

Forty years on: The University’s new School of Process, Environmental and Materials Engineering was opened on October 7 – forty years to the day since the Houldsworth School for Applied Science was created. The School was officially opened by Professor Richard Brook, Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council chief executive and University Vice-Chancellor Professor Alan Wilson.

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