Ohio club connects generations of problem-solvers

Recent efforts, IISE ties reignite legacy of Engineers Club of Dayton

By Kara Combs

What do the electric ignition system for automobiles, a stepladder, a cash register and an airplane all have in common? They were all invented by individuals from Dayton, Ohio.

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