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A CALL FOR THE NEXT GENERATION OF ASSISTIVE TECHNOLOGY DESIGNERS

The Rehabilitation Engineering and Assistive Technology Society of North America (RESNA) announced their 2013 Student Design Competition (SDC). The annual competition provides teams of students with the opportunity to present creative and innovative assistive technology designs that can help people with disabilities function more independently. Students from a variety of disciplines are able to participate, including: mechanical, electrical, biomedical engineering, computer information science, architecture, and physical and occupational therapy. The designs are evaluated based on originality, quality and usefulness. Submission instructions will be available in October 2012 and the deadline for submissions is April 26, 2013. 

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