Excerpt from General Electric Review, 1922, Vol. 25: A Monthly Magazine for Engineers
I wish only to add one thing more, and that is to point out the wonderful opportunities which modern industry offers in its research laboratories to specially talented and most highly educat... ed technical graduates. The colleges must, I am sure, be most liberal in providing instruction and laboratory facilities for the growth of such picked students. And in inspiring them by the work and example of a few really great teachers.
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