Federal Science and Education for Industry at BcGill, 1913-38

@inproceedings{Hull2001FederalSA,
  title={Federal Science and Education for Industry at BcGill, 1913-38},
  author={J. Hull},
  year={2001}
}
  • J. Hull
  • Published 2001
  • Political Science
The rapid arrival of the second industrial revolution on the heels of the first transformed Canada's economy. t That second revolution, the rise of science-based industry, depended crucially on new educational institutions. As, in Harry Paul's wonderful phrase, the factory became dependent on the faculty, university-educated engineers, chemists, metallurgists and others moved into managerial ranks of new corporations and found themselves in proximate, if not always unchallenged, charge… Expand

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