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Stanford engineering design course reaches its 50th year

At the Hardware Bazaar, Martin Perez, center, and Ye Wang, right, describe their robot designed to facilitate group interaction among elementary school children in China. The bazaar offers a sneak peek of the projects weeks before final presentations.

Image credit: L.A. Cicero
Jun 14 2018

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The 9-month long course, ME310, Engineering Design Entrepreneurship and Innovation, marks its 50th year of brainstorming, designing, building and testing to create prototype products. Student teams receive support from faculty and industry professionals and gain hands-on experience learning to work with a budget and collaborating with teammates at other universities.