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Manufacturing has been at the heart of our industrial evolution, and the development of the world.
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Manufacturing has been at the heart of our industrial evolution, and the development of the world. On the cusp of the 4th industrial revolution, it is time to take stock. To consider how we define manufacturing, the role it plays in supporting society, the challenges and opportunities.

To start to bring this week to a close, I would like you to summarise the main learnings from this week on 1 sheet of A4. It can be words, sketches, pictures, or a mix. I would then like you to take a photograph of the summary and share it with the cohort on Instagram or Twitter using the hash tag #HowThingsGet2U-Wk4.

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