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A life-saving innovation

Houghton grad Carrie Yarina develops inexpensive centrifuge

March 6, 2012
By STEPHEN ANDERSON - DMG writer ( , The Daily Mining Gazette

HOUGHTON - Carrie Yarina, a 2008 Houghton High School graduate and University of Michigan chemical engineering student, wants to change the world, and an idea first conceived in a U of M freshman engineering class may go a long way to doing just that.



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