Our exercise device offers an innovative approach for individuals with spinal cord injury to exercise upper-extremity muscles so that they can improve their strength and wheelchair mobility which will lead to greater independence and enhanced quality of life.
In the Mind Music Machine (tri-M) Lab, we want to make a story-telling application for children in which kids can play around with blocks, balls, animals, and robots and based on their interaction with the toys, the platform will allow them to make various stories with the help of expanded visuals and audios.
The Center for Pre-College Outreach will co-host a day-long event for 4th-7th grade students. During the event, the participants will compete against one another at Tivitz (a math board game) in a friendly tournament. They will also engage in three math activities covering topics like logic and geometry. The goal is to show off many of math's cool, everyday applications.
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