So proud of my son, Theodore Andrew Lee, a sophomore student at Johns Hopkins University Biomedical Engineering Program as his medical device start up AssistENT just won the Lemelson-MIT Student Prize
My son, Theodore A. Lee’s medical device start-up, AssistENT, made it to the finals in the UC Davis Big Bang Business Plan Competition!!! AssistENT is developing a comfortable and discreet nasal dilator designed to facilitate breathing. The company was founded through a partnership between student engineers in the Center for Bioengineering Innovation & Design (CBID), and Dr. Patrick J. Byrne, the Dir. of Facial Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery at Johns Hopkins.
Here is my latest cowritten Huffington Post with my son. It is about Automobile Hacking. Please comment and or share.
Automobile technology is evolving quickly. The features people take for granted today, such as automatic transmission, windshield wipers, airbags, cruise control, and backup Continue reading
My new Huffington Post co-authored with my son by Theodore Andrew Lee. So proud of his work, writing and interests. Feel free to share and/or comment.
We often use household products without ever thinking where they come from, how they are produced, and who produces them. We live in a comfortable world where we simply go to the grocery store and buy things we need without thinking twice about their production or how they landed on our grocery store shelves. Our thoughts do not go beyond how everything is accessible, useable and available for consumption. Continue reading
This is my latest Huffington Post “Saving Net Neutrality” co-authored with my son Theodore Andrew Lee. So proud of his writing and work.
We live in an age where we have become dependent on the Internet. Most people check the Internet before going to bed and in the morning. Whether it is to see their emails, check the Continue reading