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Van Atta, L.C. ; Head Technical Information and Education, Hughes Aircraft Co., Culver City, Calif.

The success of an industrial enterprise is largely determined by the quality of its technical and management personnel and its long-range research program. Industry depends upon education to supply creative people and new ideas. Education depends upon the community to which industry is perhaps the most important element, to voice its educational needs and to provide support. The personnel and equipment of industrial laboratories can be used both in the company and in the schools to stimulate teachers and students and to acquaint them with the content and requirements of modern industrial technology. Financial aid from industry can support new educational projects pending budgetary acceptance.

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Education, IRE Transactions on  (Volume:1 ,  Issue: 1 )