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Personal Tech

Science projects for the real world

By Mark Baard
October 27, 2008

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Assistive Technology It's great to see young scientists and engineers setting their minds on assistive technologies. Rather than building war-fighting exoskeletons and ray guns, students at two Massachusetts schools are designing prototypes to help people navigate around their workplaces and neighborhoods. (Full article: 670 words)

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