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Submissions from 2007

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Rapidly Prototyped Orthotweezers for Automated Microassembly, Aaron M. Hoover and Ronald S. Fearing

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Paul Revere in the Science Lab: Integrating Humanities and Engineering Pedagogies to Develop Skills in Contextual Understanding and Self-Directed Learning, Robert Martello and Jonathan D. Stolk

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Low-Voltage Wilson Current Mirrors in CMOS, Bradley A. Minch

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Low-Cost Stereo Vision on an FPGA, Chistopher Murphy, Daniel Lindquist, Ann Marie Rynning, Thomas Cecil, Sarah Leavitt, and Mark L. Chang

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Work in Progress – Building Autonomous Students: Modeling Curricular Approaches for Lifelong Learning, Jonathan D. Stolk, Robert Martello, and John B. Geddes

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Converting Traditional Materials Labs to Project-Based Learning Experiences: Aiding Students' Development of Higher-Order Cognitive Skills, Jonathan D. Stolk, Linda Vanasupa, Katherine C. Chen, Richard Savage, Trevor Harding, Blair London, and William Hughes

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Optimal Synthesis of MITE Translinear Loops, Shyam Subramanian, David V. Anderson, Paul Hasler, and Bradley A. Minch