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Tech Day 2012, Pt. 2: American Transformations—The Next Industrial Revolution

MIT professors and alumni shed light on advanced manufacturing and the promise it holds to inject new vitality into sectors of the economy thought to be in decline and to position America again as a world leader in manufacturing.

Part two includes:

  • Marcie Black '94, MNG '95, PhD '03 on commercializing silicon nanowire solar cells
  • Nate Ball '05, SM '07 on manufacturing advanced hardware in a bootstrapped startup
  • Q&A

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