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Design West 2014: Big Shoes & Loud Shirts to Fill
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9/30/2013   9 comments
We're now accepting submissions for papers for the Design West 2014 Conference and Exhibition.
Continued Professional Development in Engineering
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9/26/2013   12 comments
Part of being a chartered (professional) engineer is keeping current and up-to-date by means of CPD (Continuing Professional Development).
Comment: Interesting - Adam-Taylor - 9/6/2013


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