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US College Students' Inventions Help Developing Countriesi
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March 29, 2013 11:18 AM
Innovations and inventions which can help people in developing countries were on display recently in Washington. VOA’s Deborah Block tells us about the cutting-edge ideas of 13 college teams from across the United States, which include a portable greenhouse, a better container for vaccines, and an earthquake-resistant concrete panel.

US College Students' Inventions Help Developing Countries

Published March 29, 2013

Innovations and inventions which can help people in developing countries were on display recently in Washington. VOA’s Deborah Block tells us about the cutting-edge ideas of 13 college teams from across the United States, which include a portable greenhouse, a better container for vaccines, and an earthquake-resistant concrete panel.


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