Course creates entrepreneurs

October 2005
Professional Engineering;10/19/2005, Vol. 18 Issue 19, p17
Trade Publication
Reports on the plan of Imperial College to launch a course that teaches engineers every aspect of setting up and running their own mining or energy business in London. Exploration of alternative energy sources such as fuel cells and systems such as carbon sequestration; Need of students to learn from professionals how projects are evaluated, financed and developed; Focus of the course.


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