Reinventing Tools for Life: Steven Eppinger

“This course shows students that each phase of the product development process is crucial to the final outcome,” noted Michael McNally, a program officer for the Lemelson-MIT Program, and one of 17 panelists who judged a recent batch of prototypes developed in the class. “An over-reliance on any one facet or a lack of focus on, say, marketing, design, or intellectual property issues, could result in failure for a potentially viable product. Also, this course stresses teamwork, which I believe is vital in ‘real-world’ projects.”

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