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National Geographic Highlights Engineering Research in Cambodia

National Geographic Highlights Engineering Research in Cambodia

For the past three years, teams of Villanova Mechanical Engineering students have been working with Golden West Humanitarian Foundation in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, to develop an effective unexploded ordnance disposal response robot with a price tag under $10,000. In January 2015, after conducting field trials, it was determined that the robotic platform is ready to undergo redesign for production. On May 11, National Geographic's highlighted this important research. Click below to read more.

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Start of the Summer Season!

Start of the Summer Season!

Memorial Day marked the unofficial start of summer. For many of us, that means spending time with family, enjoying a slower pace, taking vacations and escaping the daily routine. Villanova faculty experts are available to discuss a variety of summer-related topics, including summer travel and traffic, summer reading, the economic impact of the season and the importance of staying hydrated in the heat. 

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