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How a Mac student turned a first-year project into a global success story

Guided Hands, an assistive device that empowers people with limited hand mobility to live richer lives, has come a long way since biomedical engineering student Lianna Genovese and two classmates built a prototype out of pipe cleaners and straws in the Faculty of Engineering’s design studio. […]

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iBioMed student’s device to help people with limited hand mobility wins National James Dyson Award

A hand uses the invention, Guided Hands.

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. […]

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