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10 ways mobility is revolutionizing manufacturing
Forbes.com: PwC report provides insights into the priorities, plans and technology adoption trends of CEOs for 2015.
Will 3-D printing make obsolescence obsolete?
3DPrint.com: If the International Space Station can use a 3-D printer to print spare parts, why can't businesses?
Purdue students create mirror that also is a monitor
Quintet's new tech shows the date, time, weather conditions and news on a monitor that acts like a traditional mirror.
How to attract female engineers
NYTimes.com: Op-ed contributor argues that if the work itself is more societally meaningful, more women will enroll.
Journey to an ambassadorship
IIE's New Faces of Engineering pick started with a visit to a plant in China. Learn about Bill Zhang and others.
Inkjet-printed liquid metal could bring wearable tech, soft robotics
Purdue: New research shows how inkjet-printing technology can be used in mass-production of flexible electronics.
Former VT president, IIE fellow dies
Paul Torgersen, Virginia Tech's president from 1994-2000 and a member of its faculty since 1967, died March 29.
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VIDEO

Prepare for Nashville with this IIE Annual 2014 retrospective from Montréal

Prepare for Nashville with this IIE Annual 2014 retrospective from Montréal
This video includes footage from the IIE Annual Conference & Expo 2014 at the Palais des Congrés de Montréal in Montréal, QC, Canada. As you prepare to take part in the 2015 conference in Nashville starting May 30, take a look back at the day-to-day highlights and events that made up 2014's most anticipated industrial engineering event. For more information about the conference and real-time updates throughout the event, visit www.iienet.org/annual.


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INDUSTRIAL ENGINEER MAGAZINE
Industrial Engineer - June 2015   

Industrial Engineer is the member magazine of IIE. The monthly publication provides information for readers to enhance their career capabilities, improve their organizations' performance and advance the development of the profession.





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