Dehydration is the second leading cause of death in infants, but what if a simple pacifier could prevent it? Student team DeHydraTect developed a dehydration-detecting pacifier during Aggies Invent: Pediatric Medical Applications.
Forty-eight hours isn’t much time to solve a medical conundrum. But that’s what Texas A&M engineering and medical students do at Aggies Invent. The competitive challenge, offered by the Texas A&M Dwight Look College of Engineering, brings together students from across the A&M campus to attack some of the industry’s top needs.
Medical students recently participated in the inaugural Aggies Invent, which promotes innovation and an entrepreneurial mindset among engineering and medical students at Texas A&M University.