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Re: VMs: "The VMs Research Foundation"...?
Bruce: I really like this approach. We would settle a lot of questions with
----- Original Message -----
From: "Bruce Grant" <bgrant@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Monday, December 06, 2004 8:54 PM
Subject: Re: VMs: "The VMs Research Foundation"...?
> Nick Pelling wrote:
> > Each sub-project would probably involve a separate post-grad student,
> > over a relatively short time-scale: I don't see every aspect being
> > tackled in a month (or even a year, or perhaps ever). Low-hanging (and
> > cheapest) fruit first. :-)
> Here's another approach: how about trying to promote the physical
> examination of the VMS as a thesis topic for some grad student, for
> example, by putting together a brochure pointing out the interesting
> features of the manuscript, the fact that little physical analysis has
> been done thus far, that there is a backlog of unanswered questions
> which a careful examination might shed light on, and so on. A brief
> explanation about the VMS group wouild probably be a good idea as well,
> to explain the rational for sending the brochure.
> Such a brochure could be targeted to appropriate academic departments,
> professional organizations, etc.
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