Students Design a Better World

Students design creative solutions for third world's most vexing problems.

ByCARRIE HALPERIN and ANNA MARIA BARRY-JESTER
December 17, 2010, 2:36 PM

Dec. 17, 2010— -- Students around the world are designing and distributing products for developing countries. Here are some of their recent innovations:

A Neonatal Incubator From Car Parts

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