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An Article from the January 2005 JOM-e: A Web-Only Supplement to JOM
Exploring traditional, innovative, and revolutionary issues in the minerals, metals, and materials fields.
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This paper discusses the following message:
For more than seven decades, the mainstream MSE R&D agenda has been driven mostly by defense and industrial needs…(The “Golden Rule”). With impending and burgeoning societal issues affecting the human condition, the MSE community has a responsibility to play an advocacy role. The MSE community’s R&D agenda should be pro-active. In addition to defense and industrial needs, we need to address societal issues such as housing, transportation, food, and health related issues.
For more information, contact Diran Apelian,
Howmet Professor of Mechanical Engineering and Director of the
Metal Processing Institute, Worcester Polytechnic
Institute, 100 Institute Road, Metal Processing Institute,
Worcester, MA 01609-2247; email@example.com.
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