This British soldier, politician and Nobel laureate in literature isn't commonly known as a proponent of technological R&D. In the early 1950s, however, a visit to the Massachusetts Institute of Technology convinced him that he should have placed more emphasis on developing his country's scientific expertise during his years in public office. He kicked off a fund-raising campaign to build a science and technology college at Cambridge University, which now bears his name and houses many of his personal papers.
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THE EMPIRES OF THE FUTURE ARE
THE EMPIRES OF THE MIND
' SIR WINSTON CHURCHILL