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Better student nutrition by design


Better student nutrition by design
UC Berkeley

There's nothing like a new set of wheels to launch the school year, only those coming from the College of Environmental Design's embARC Summer Design Academy will help the human engine. The products of this summer's embARC Design Build project ...

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