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- located in Glasgow, Scotland, United Kingdom. Founded in 1796 as the Andersonian Institute, it is Glasgow's second-oldest university, with the university...
- The Andersonian Library is the university library of the University of Strathclyde in Glasgow, Scotland. Established in 1796, it is one of the largest...
- (18 May 1778 – 2 January 1857) was a Scottish physician, founder of Andersonian Institution, which became University of Strathclyde, foremost consulting...
- sports hall was opened.[citation needed] Developing and inspiring in all Andersonians a sense of purpose and constancy to reach their potential for self and...
- 1983 UK 5 December 1983 USRecordedSpring - Summer 1983GenreElectronic rock, art rockLength38:29LabelChrysalisProducerIan AndersonIan Anderson chronology...
- philosophy, and professor of mechanical and experimental physics in the Andersonian University of Glasgow. From 1871 to 1886, he was the first professor...
- University of Strathclyde in Glasgow traces its origins back to the Andersonian Institute of 1796, but did not receive a Royal Charter until 1964. The...
- its royal charter in 1964, although it traces its origins back to the Andersonian Institute (also known at various times as Anderson's College and Anderson's...
- Released6 June 2005 (DE)Recorded8 December 2004GenreSymphonic rock, progressive rockLength102:32LabelZYX MusicProducerIan AndersonIan Anderson chronology...
- Foreign Affairs Yamao Yōzō 山尾 庸三 (1837 - 1917) Studied engineering at the Andersonian Institute in Glasgow from 1866 to 1868 while working at the River Clyde...
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