Freshman engineering students at Khalifa University showcased their skills and talent at an exhibition conducted by the institute on Wednesday.
Freshman students were seen creating innovative projects, with the students developing innovative projects intended to help society.
The exhibition saw the participation of 240 engineering students who were challenged to come up with ideas and solutions to community challenges. The projects that were developed were wide ranging covering a number of areas including health, clean energy and recycling.
One of the projects on display was the Smart Stethoscope, which saw the development of a device to help monitor breathing and heart rates to improve the diagnosis for pneumonia.
Another innovative project on display was Tremor Free Me, a device intended to limit the tremors caused by Parkinson’s disease.