Toronto | May 2016
DFM pioneer Sandy Munro last May in Toronto gave examples of new technologies that should prompt new thinking in design and manufacturing. 'How you wanna get the job done is probably wrong, because you are using traditional methods.'
Commercialization Academy Director for Venture Partners of the University of Colorado, Boulder, Ms. Sally Hatcher, who is my colleague and fellow Technology Transfer (T2) professional, recently …
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