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College of Engineering Department of Biomedical Engineering
'Edison' and airlift invention

Thomas Edison (a.k.a. Professor Willis Tompkins, left) makes a yearly appearance at BRAINSTORM: The Schoofs Prize for Creativity, a student design competition. He visited with student Eric Wobig, who invented the AirLift for wheelchairs at last year's competition.

SPRING/SUMMER 2000 ISSUE

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Mending broken hearts

Real-world student designs

A successful design

Faculty profile: Dave Beebe

Disability-access research gets boost

Revolutionary radiation

Fellowship benefits BME students

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