Aerospace Engineering students' design helps boy with cerebral palsy
Innovative final year Aerospace Engineering students have created a unique device to help an 11-year-old with cerebral palsy to achieve his dream to cook. Easy Mix allows Kieron Norton (pictured below with our students) to mix and cut food on his own.
Members of the winning team were:
Student Davind Seesurn, from the winning team, commented: "We´re pleased to have won, but the aim really wasn´t about winning; it was about making Kieron´s life easier. As engineers, we provided a solution to a problem, which is a nice feeling."
Aerospace Engineering staff congratulate the winners and wish them every success in their careers.