Better mousetrap: Design News searches for clever machine designs
Have you built a better mousetrap? Control Engineering sister publication Design News wants you to tell them about the most amazing product you've designed in the past year. It could be profiled along with other great new products in Design News' Special Engineering Awards issue in September 2008.
Waltham, MA — Have you built a better mousetrap? Control Engineering sister publication Design News wants you to tell them about the most amazing product you've designed in the past year. It could be profiled along with other great new products in Design News ' Special Engineering Awards issue in September 2008.
When you submit your entry form and payment no later than May 15, 2008, they'll make sure your entry makes it into the hands of the highly competent Design News judges — the design engineers who read that magazine and actually use your stuff to make their jobs easier and more productive.
Enter your design today! Source: Design News
The per entry fee is Design News print edition and on its Design News . Your company will then have access to Design News promotional material, such as a "Web bug" for use on your company's website, e-mail blasts, letterheads, etc. to announce the award to the world. Don't miss your chance to enter your hottest new design by May 15.
— Edited by C.G. Masi , senior editor
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