Engineers Hold Key to World's Challenges, says Prince Philip


In a radio interview, Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, praised engineers for a great job they're doing, saying old the key to meeting the challenges of the world's growing population and it was "curious" there is not a Nobel Prize for the discipline. The "skint" UK had relied on its technological ability to rebuild after the Second World War. The 94-year-old prince also suggested that it would be engineers who could "decide" how a population boom could be managed without damaging the environment.

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