The best and brightest of Michigan Tech’s students showcased their stuff today at the Undergraduate Expo in Houghton.
Fifty-two design teams and 25 enterprise teams competed in the expo with an array of ingenious designs.
These aren’t just classroom projects — some are being utilized now, like a mobile dogsled tracking application featured during the CopperDog 150.
Others included a cost-optimized prosthetic knee joint, designed for patients in India that have had their leg amputated above the knee.
Posted by: Mike Hoey