Dr. Derek Barber Lindsay, 35, a senior lecturer in the Faculty of Rural Science in the University of New England, Armidale, New South Wales, said recently that he had been greatly impressed with university teaching standards in Australia. Dr Lindsay, formerly from the Agricultural Research Council at Badraham, near Cambridge, migrated to Australia in July 1960 and has bought a house in Armidale, about three miles from the university. "This university has a very good student-to-staff ratio of 10 to one, and this is helping to achieve high results", he said. Dr Lindsay feeds graph paper into a carbon dioxide recorded used in measuring the energy balance of food in sheep. The ball-like iron chamber on the left is to control radioactivity from the tests
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