A group of engineering students knew exactly what they wanted to build at a student technology competition, and they had just 15 hours to do it. As they worked furiously alongside other MIT students, the young women hit a series of snags.
I love to write. I love science. To write about science is the best job I could ever have. I love food tech. To write about food tech is the best job I could ever have. I love to read. To write about books is the best job I could ever have.
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On this blog you'll find posts about physics, bridges, bubbles, technology, Rock Star Theorists, health, jellyfish, fluid dynamics, species survival, food, food tech, sustainability, books, and more.
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Gina Hagler is a freelance writer and published author. Her published work includes pieces on science, health, technology, food, and history. Her book on applied fluid dynamics and scale model testing was published by Springer. She is currently under contract for a book on bridge success and failures.