ASEE Prism Magazine - October 2001
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The New Body Builders
Engineers are filling in the pieces in Tissue Research

Last Piece in the Puzzle

By Corinna Wu

Researchers used to think that artificial devices were the way to go when someone needed a new body part, but now they're finding that skin, bones - even the heart - can bebuilt using the body's own tissue.

Staying Home
Students no longer have to leave India to get an American engineering education, as U.S. schools are increasingly setting up shop in this heavily populated nation.
The Man Who's Betting the Store
Qualcomm CEO Irwin Jacobs is gambling big time that the world will adopt the phone technology that his company pioneered. The payoff could be billions of dollars.
 
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