IRR opens at Huddersfield

May 2013
Rail Business Intelligence;5/2/2013, Issue 437, p11
Trade Publication
The article informs that Institute of Railway Research was launched in the University of Huddersfield on April 15, 2013 and states that it would house 16 researchers who were based at the Rail Technology Units and they would be involved in several projects.


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