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Hopkins Engineering Undergrads' Inventions: Power Tools For Double Amputee, Military Surveillance Robot

of the 1997 projects described in this release:

  • Power Tool Attachment Device for Double-Amputee:
    Mili Ashar -- Briarcliff Manor, N.Y.
    Jay Humphries -- Potomac, Md.
    Aaron Kim -- Tigard, Ore.

  • Snake-Like Surveillance Robot:
    Josh Nisenbaum -- Topsfield, Mass.
    Chris Singer -- Chalfont, Pa.
    David Stein -- New York (Brooklyn)

  • Page-Turner for the Disabled:
    Julia Fox -- Charlton, N.Y.
    Miles Levin -- Paramus, N.J.
    Derek Lewis -- Machias, N.Y

  • Scanning Device for Pipe Elbows:
    Victor Epand -- Hamilton, Ontario, Canada.
    Mace Jackson -- Dunwoody, Ga.
    Paul Qualkenbush -- Chicago.


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    Contact: Phil Sneiderman
    prs@jhu.edu
    410-516-7160
    Johns Hopkins University
    13-May-1997


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