R.I., Mass. students collaborate on STEAM

THE RIGHT BEAT: Brown student Alex Czulak tries on the prototype of a wearable device Czulak and RISD student Evan Brooks designed that communicates pulses wirelessly. / COURTESY RYAN MATHER
THE RIGHT BEAT: Brown student Alex Czulak tries on the prototype of a wearable device Czulak and RISD student Evan Brooks designed that communicates pulses wirelessly. / COURTESY RYAN MATHER
(Corrected, Feb. 25, 10:36 a.m.) Collaborating on science, technology, engineering, arts and math through a highly selective workshop that involved students at three universities in Rhode Island and Massachusetts has led participants to new insights and, for some, pursuit of a new STEAM initiative. A prototype device that communicates a pulse wirelessly between two people…

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