Technology helps make school laboratory accessible

07/3/2013 | Journal and Courier (Lafayette, Ind.)

Purdue University is helping budding scientists with disabilities -- many of whom graduate without conducting research -- gain laboratory experience in its Institute for Accessible Science, where students have access to a range of high- and low-tech adaptive tools. For instance, one student who is legally blind uses a device called Penfriend to read labels and computer software to record lab data.

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