April 2019 Issue of PCB007 Magazine Now Available


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As the electronics industry works to overcome an impending staffing and skills shortage, it will be the youth who will rise to the challenge, build on the work of the current industry experts, and move technology into a higher orbit.

In this month's issue of PCB007 Magazine, we ride along with some advanced industry research under way by some highly creative engineering students who will directly affect the future of our industry.

The April 2019 issue of PCB007 Magazine is now on the virtual newsstand, and available for delivery in your e-mailbox each month. Subscribe through your my I-Connect007 membership.

For future reference, be sure to download the PDF version to your library.

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