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UNLV's Winning Designs: From Sprinkler Heads to Pogo Sticks
UNLV's Winning Designs: From Sprinkler Heads to Pogo Sticks

AIR DATE: June 21, 2012

UNLV students recently took home first and second place at the Reynolds’ Cup Tri-State competition.  It’s a contest where business and engineering students work together on inventions, and it’s the first time UNLV has ever won.  We talk with the developers of a water-saving sprinkler device, and a pogo stick that acts like a jackhammer.
Peter Maksymec, inventor of Geyser Flow Control team
Mike Giannini, engineering student, Geyser Flow Control team
Liz Lewis, business graduate, UNLV , Mash Tool team

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