The logic was sound.
It stands to reason that if you need to complete a research project to get your college diploma anyway, you might as well spend your time working on something with real-world implications. Right?
An interdisciplinary team of Georgia Tech students thought so, turning its capstone design into River Recon, a microplastic detection device that aims to revolutionize the way water pollution is tracked.
ASCE recognized the team of Matthew Falcone, Erin Kowalsky, Timothy Purvis and Kaylyn Sinisgalli with the Grand Challenge Award (and $5,000 prize) at the 2020 Innovation Contest during the ASCE 2020 Convention
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