View from the top: Ricardo

08 October 2015

The View from the top series of lectures features leading engineers and industrialists giving personal perspectives on key UK engineering issues. The next in the series will be a presentation by David Shemmans, Chief Executive of Ricardo plc. 

Keywords: Innovation, view from the top, Ricardo centenary, Dave Shemmans, Royal Academy of Engineering

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