Go-kart project offers practical application of classroom learning

05/19/2013 | Material Handling & Logistics online

Material handling solutions company The Raymond Corporation teamed up with Binghamton University in New York for a senior design team project in which engineering students were asked to convert a gas-powered go-kart into an electric go-kart. "The go-kart project helps students bridge the gap between their academic and professional careers by transferring what they learn in the classroom to hands-on experience," said Colin Selleck, a mechanical engineering professor at the university.

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