ORIGINAL ARTICLE, Anthony Urciuoli, August 25, 2021
Biomedical and mechanical engineering student Lianna Genovese has received the National James Dyson Award for her invention, Guided Hands, which she created in her first-year design course to help people with limited hand mobility write, paint, draw and access technology.
A biomedical and mechanical engineering student at McMaster University received the National James Dyson Award for her invention, Guided Hands.
Lianna Genovese, 21, is the founder and CEO of ImaginAble Solutions Inc. The award she received recognizes an engineering student who has created an effective solution to a problem with design thinking at the forefront. It seeks to celebrate and inspire the next generation of engineers.
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