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8 January, 2018
Krystyn Van Vliet, MIT: “How digitised manufacturing changes the way we work, consume and live”

Krystyn Van Vliet, MIT professor in the departments of Materials Science and Engineering and Biological Engineering, speak about “How digitised manufacturing changes the way we work, consume and live” in Basque Industry 4.0. The Meeting Point 2017 held in Donostia-San Sebastian.

 

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