Engineering students at Purdue University in Indiana are getting into the truck-building business, but major auto makers need not worry. The students have designed a truck built almost entirely from trees in a project to develop alternative transportation in Africa that is affordable and sustainable. The project is sponsored by the university's global engineering initiative, which seeks to solve developing-world problems through engineering. The students partnered with the non-profit ...

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