NEW YORK – An innovative mobility-on-demand system created by a multi-disciplinary team of researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology wins the $100,000 2009 Buckminster Fuller Challenge for its foldable City Car and Robo Scooter prototypes. The award will be presented in Chicago next month to the MIT team headed by William J. Mitchell, professor of architecture and media arts and sciences. His team included undergraduate and graduate students. MIT received assistance from ...
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