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Innovative thinking is key to problem solving. Faculty of Engineering students learn that dictum early in their studies. Final year mechanical engineering students Da-Eun Kim, Christina Moro, Mathieu Leblanc and Catherine Trudeau display a titanium alloy fusion cage that they developed to minimize the risk of subsidence in treating degenerative disc disease. The cage is used to fuse two vertebrae and increase stability in the spine. The students’ project supervisor was professor Damiano Pasini, one of the winners of a 2014-2015 William and Rhea Seath Award in Engineering Innovation. Pasini and his team won the prize for their research on a fully porous hip replacement implant. See more about the implant in the TEACHING & RESEARCH section of this newsletter.

 

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