Students engineer solutions for people with disabilities

San Jose State University mechanical engineering students are learning by designing assistive devices for people with disabilities. Retired engineer Krishna Seshan, 62, who founded the program, works with the students to develop free or low-cost solutions for people with disabilities.

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