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Concentrated solar energy project wins Innovation Days prizes

Madison, Wis. The University of Wisconsin-Madison's undergrad engineering contest was swept this year by a senior who came up with a solar energy collector that concentrates the sun's rays.

Angie Franzke's concentrating solar collector won first place last Friday in both the Schoofs Prize for Creativity and the Tong Prototype Prize, winning $12,500.

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A competition veteran also showed up as part of the team that won a $1,000 award for the best presentation on its theatrical lighting accessories. Nick O'Brien was on last year's winning team, which created FireSite, a navigation system for firefighters in smoke-filled buildings.

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Source:wistechnology.com By Jason Stitt 02/09/06


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