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Hansley uses Start-Up Aggieland resources to bring invention to first responders

Dayana Hansley ’18 had an eventful freshman year. She struggled in her engineering classes during the first semester. At the same time, the Abilene native and her team took first place in the 2014 Aggies Invent competition, a 48-hour engineering …
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Students bring ideas to life at Invention Convention

WEST CALDWELL TWP. – Second graders at the grades K-5 Wilson Elementary School showcased their ingenuity at the third annual Invention Convention, where students created gadgets and gear designed to do away with everyday problems on Thursday, April 20.
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Helping to Bring Lifesaving Medical Inventions to Market – Huffington Post

Helping to Bring Lifesaving Medical Inventions to Market
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Universities throughout the world are spawning amazing innovative research that can save lives. The problem is that many of the inventions from this research never see the light of day because of the obstacles to commercializing them. The philosophical …

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You’ve got a problem? Bring it on, say Camp Invention ‘scientists’

Heir eyes were focused. Their hands were moving with acute precision. Their minds were fixated on solving the problem in front of them. Because when they stepped through the doors of Camp Invention, local youngsters weren’t students anymore — they were …
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Could famed N.J. hacker’s invention bring self-driving car to your garage?

Late last year, Glen Rock native and renowned hacker George Hotz, who became the first person to jailbreak an iPhone as a 17 year old, unveiled a self-driving car he built in his San Francisco garage from a retro-fitted Acura. His next project aims to …
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High-tech hope: Inventions bring the gift of movement – USA TODAY


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High-tech hope: Inventions bring the gift of movement
USA TODAY
The news brought tears of excitement to a family looking for hope: A few days ago, 1-year-old Max Lasko sucked his thumb. Max has spinal muscular atrophy, a genetic disease that debilitates muscles, and for most of his life, he's lacked the strength to

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