This Week in Engineering: Wirelessly Charging EV’s, Biomimetic Batteries in Robots and Tech Savvy Businesses That Are Thriving During Pandemic
James Anderton posted on September 22, 2020 |
This Week in Engineering Jim provides insights on major industry events and trends.
James Anderton is Multimedia Director of Content for engineering.com and former editor of trade publications in the automotive, metalworking and plastics industries with contributions to a wide range of print and on-line publications. He also brings prior industry experience in quality and manufacturing for a Tier One automotive supplier.
In This Week in Engineering, Jim provides insights on major events, trends and announcements from industry and governments. The context he provides gives engineering and manufacturing professionals valuable insights on these events and the potential impact they could have on their operations.
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