Frontiers of Engineering: Reports on Leading-Edge by National Academy of Engineering, National Research Council
By National Academy of Engineering, National Research Council
Stories from the newest nationwide learn Council and nationwide Academy of Engineering Symposium, entitled 'Frontiers in Engineering,' held September 14-16, 2000, in Irvine, CA. Discusses the adjustments occurring in engineering at the present time, the hot applied sciences and concepts being constructed, and what the long run will carry for the following new release of engineers. Softcover.
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