LIT Outdoors: Freedom to Explore Every Corner of The World

After a frustrating and nearly treeless camping trip to Goblin Valley in 2016, University of Utah students Daniel Goldfinger (geography) and Nick Bierwolf (mechanical engineering) came up with the idea for a “Tammock” – a device that combines a tent and a freestanding hammock that doesn’t require trees to work. They are now developing the […]

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Rugged Components: Designing the Future of Bike Tools

Identify, refine, resolve. This design process is followed by Evan DeGray, a Lassonde Studios resident and Multi-Disciplinary Design major at the University of Utah in nearly all of his pursuits, and it has proven worthwhile and effective in both his academic and entrepreneurial ventures. Founder of Rugged Components LLC, a company borne out of a need […]

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