The 2019 Student Innovation at the U report from the Lassonde Entrepreneur Institute is now online and highlights a number of fascinating engineering-related projects. The annual publication profiles student ventures under development with the help of the institute.

For example, biomedical engineering student Stefan Niederauer is conducting a study involving the measuring of intra-abdominal pressure in pregnant women in order to learn more about pelvic floor disorder, when the muscles that support certain organs are weakened.

Mechanical engineering student, Nick Bierwolf, is part of a team developing the Tammock, an easy-to-set-up combination of a tent and a hammock for outdoor recreation.

Click here to read more about these projects and others developed by students from the College of Engineering.