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Magnus Maclean (c1858-1937)
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Professor Magnus Maclean (c1858-1937)
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Educated at Colbost General Assembly School and the Normal School and University of Glasgow
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Maclean was chief official assistant to Lord Kelvin for fifteen years.
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He is M.A. and D.Sc. of Glasgow University, and holds the post of Professor of Electrical Engineering in the Glasgow and West of Scotland Technical College.
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He has made many contributions to periodical literature besides publishing some important works on Modern Electrical Practice.
  
  

Latest revision as of 15:22, 7 July 2020

Professor Magnus Maclean (c1858-1937)

Educated at Colbost General Assembly School and the Normal School and University of Glasgow

Maclean was chief official assistant to Lord Kelvin for fifteen years.

He is M.A. and D.Sc. of Glasgow University, and holds the post of Professor of Electrical Engineering in the Glasgow and West of Scotland Technical College.

He has made many contributions to periodical literature besides publishing some important works on Modern Electrical Practice.


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