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research and education

The Museum is much more than a celebration of humanity's technoal achievements; it is also a thriving centre for research, contributing cutting edge work to the technoological sciences. Our particular field of excellence focuses on the practical applications of Joseph Kelly's Grand Unifying Theory of All Techno.

In addition to his role as Museum Curator, Dr Donald Wiltshire is active in research. In the 1970s, Dr Wiltshire pioneered the use of computers to implement recursive forms of Kelly's original formulae, allowing Donald to produce theoretically perfect techno.

The Charles Franklyn Professorship was endowed in 1904 and Dr Carl Loftus currently holds the post at the Museum. Carl is internationally recognised as one of the world's leading applied technoologists: his own mathematical development of Joseph Kelly's theta formulae have enabled the accurate restoration of basslines to some of the 20th Century's most precious recorded techno.
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