debate about academic researchers getting too cozy with industry
rages on. It's a relationship that can work, however, if certain
rules are followed.
Thomas K. Grose
Illustration by Tomasz Walenta
While the Army Corps of Engineers has been charged with helping to
rebuild Iraq, the venerable agency finds itself in trouble at home.
It has turned to engineering educators for help.
Stanford's Tom Byers
has plenty of experience as an entrepreneur and now he's teaching engineering
students how to navigate the complex world of business.
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