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Discipline Convergence and the New Manufacturing Paradigm

Article   Mar 02, 2018 | by Barbara Holtz, Senior Business Consultant, BIOVIA, Dassault Systèmes

 
Discipline Convergence and the New Manufacturing Paradigm

Experts in areas such as physics, chemistry, biology, and materials science who once passed projects and insights from one siloed discipline to the next now collaborate earlier in the product development lifecycle and across product development stages. BIOVIA

 
 
 

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