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Volume 31, Number 2, Page 151 (1987)
Mathematics and Computing
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Science in industry

by R. E. Gomory
The industrial environment contains problems of practical importance. To exploit that environment, an industrial research group must accept the responsibility for forming strong and useful relationships with the rest of the company of which it is a part. Opportunities for contributing to both the industrial and academic worlds stem from the many product-related problems for which existing science offers no solution, but which suggest new scientific directions.
Related Subjects: Mathematics