IIChE - The Henning Holck-Larsen Memorial Lecture

May 2006
Chemical Business;May2006, Vol. 20 Issue 5, p63
Trade Publication
Presents excerpts from the inaugural lecture by Doctor Haldor Topsoe, chairman of Haldor Topsoe Group of companies. Belief in the future of India as a self-supporting country capable of doing world-scale research; Need for concrete programmes for the development of research and development in India; Status of the nuclear industry in India.


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