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Gadget Freak Case #241: Gloved Hand Controls Airplane's Flight

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Rob Spiegel
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The Kids Are Alright
Rob Spiegel   5/17/2013 11:47:57 AM
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Some of our most inventive and colorful gadgets come from young engineers in training. This gadget was created by a team of engineering students. We've had a number of gadgets developed b student teams from both Colorado State University and Southern Methodist University. We've even had a number of gadgets submitted by a 15-year-old student. Keep your eyes out for an upcoming slide show featuring gadgets from budding engineers.

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