Hamilton,
03
October
2017
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05:24 PM
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In the News

Summary

Medical phantoms may give Mohawk students a real-life win

The Hamilton Spectator has this story on how a group of Mohawk students are working to create a 3D printer capable of producing lifelike body parts for medical use.

The project is one of 10 finalists for the Inaugural William G. Davis Innovation Fund. The fund was created to celebrate the 50th anniversay of Ontario's colleges. The winner will be announced on November 10. First place receives $15,000. Second place receives $5,000.

Anyone can vote on the projects. Visit amazing50.ca/innovationfund/ to cast your vote today.