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Screenshot from "Live Imitates Fluent" by Zachary Russ.

 

The winners of the 2010 Engineering Sustainability Workshop Video Contest were announced at the end of the workshop on April 22.

In the graduate category, aerospace engineering's Fernando Raffan won $500 for "An Engineer Recycling Water."

In the undergraduate category, electrical and computer engineering's Adi Lang won first prize of $300 for "Flush Smarter." Bioengineering's Zachary Russ won second prize of $200 for "Life Imitates Fluent."

The winning entries:



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April 24, 2010


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