During the Innovate to Grow expo on Friday at UC Merced, one team said in their pitch that their project could be superior to the fasteners used by most respirators. Teams of engineering students present prototypes of the projects they’ve designed to judges during the event. Some of the winners receive grants to help spur their projects into the marketplace.
During the Innovate to Grow expo on Friday at UC Merced, one team said in their pitch that their project could be superior to the fasteners used by most respirators. Teams of engineering students present prototypes of the projects they’ve designed to judges during the event. Some of the winners receive grants to help spur their projects into the marketplace. tmiller@mercedsunstar.com
During the Innovate to Grow expo on Friday at UC Merced, one team said in their pitch that their project could be superior to the fasteners used by most respirators. Teams of engineering students present prototypes of the projects they’ve designed to judges during the event. Some of the winners receive grants to help spur their projects into the marketplace. tmiller@mercedsunstar.com

UC Merced students pitch projects during innovation expo

May 17, 2014 12:00 AM

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