Ford and Boeing induct Northwestern University into long running research collaboration

Ford and Boeing renewed a ten year old collaborative research agreement last week by christening a new research alliance with Northwestern University. John Belk, who leads the collaboration from the Boeing side, told us that he and John Ginder from Ford recognize that the two companies have a shared...

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