Wednesday, November 26, 2008
Accepted at Harvard!
Marcos has taken some time off of school this semester to work diligently with a start-up company on a medical prototype. There have been four people working on the project, each playing an important role in their piece of the puzzle, from the mathematician working with the raw data at one end, to the graphics man who designs the layout of the screen on the panel that the doctor reads. Marcos has been the software developer; the man who writes the code that commands most of the inner workings to function properly.
And the news of this week? Harvard has accepted the machine! Woo-HOO! The University of Michigan is running pre-clinical trials this week at their medical facilities, and with Harvard on board, we are hoping and praying that this is the beginning of something big. We have a lot to be thankful for this week...