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October 16, 2003
CONTACT: Phil Sneiderman
(410) 516-7907

More Images of the Student-Built Device Which Measures
How Much Force Is Used to Deliver a Baby

All images by Will Kirk

Image C: Yen She (Gillian) Hoe, one of the student inventors, tests the device with a baby-size doll.

Image D: The wireless device to measure the force used by a doctor during the delivery of a baby was invented by Robert Allen, William Tam, Yen Shi (Gillian) Hoe, Stanley Huang and I-Jean Khoo (not pictured).

Image E: Robert Allen

Image F: William Tam

Image G: Stanely Huang

Image H: Yen Shi (Gillian) Hoe

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