A Little Ingenuity Solves an Elephant-Sized Problem


A student team from NC State has designed a collar to help management wild elephants that threaten human property and life in Africa and Asia. The Internet further at is a video showing how students from North Carolina State University designed a collar to stay elephants aloof from farms and villages. During this field test in South Africa, a buzzing sound from the collar causes an elephant to turn faraway from the protected space. Video by Emma Besaw. The second Web extra at may be a video in which editor Greg Byrd introduces the new Student Design Showcase column, dedicated to innovative, interesting student comes from laptop science and engineering.

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