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Microelectronics Applications Research Institute (MARI)

The Microelectronics Applications Institute (MARI) was founded in 1979 as a non profit making research, development, and training organization in Newcastle, jointly owned by Newcastle University, Newcastle Polytechnic and Computer Analysts and Programmers Ltd (for which see BR/22/5/1). Professor Randell was a Director of the Company. The Advanced Microtechnology Applications Ltd (AMA) was a wholly-owned subsidiary of MARI, which acted as its trading and commercial arm. On 9 January 1990, the name of the company was changed to The Northern Regional Information Technology Research Institute. For the Newcastle Connection software system distributed by MARI see BR/15. For photographs of historical computers relating to the MARI 10th anniversary lecture see BR/3/21/3

Northern Informatics Applications Agency

The Northern Informatics Applications Agency (NIAA) (initially referred to as the Regional Data Network Initiative) was initially established in 1993 to improve data networking provision in the North of England, and came into legal existence on 1 April 1995.

Clarendon Hotel, Oxford.

Report by Oxford City Council on Woolworths’ proposal to demolish the Clarendon Hotel and erect a new store on site. Report by the Minister of Housing and Local Government allowing Woolworths’ appeal against the council.

Sharp, Thomas, 1901 - 1978, town planner

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