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(MIT)   Gluten-free grain mix and propulsion systems both pitch contest winners   ( alum.mit.edu) divider line
    More: Cool, propulsion systems, MIT Sloan School of Management, aeronautics, small satellite, degree programs, PhD student, electrostatic ion thruster  
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2014-02-21 10:53:42 AM  
Wow, a whole one THOUSAND dollars!
2014-02-21 12:06:46 PM  
I never seen a need for gluten free propulsion systems.
2014-02-21 12:35:39 PM  
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2014-02-21 12:51:56 PM  
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2014-02-21 01:12:31 PM  
She tapped them? That's a switch.
2014-02-21 02:37:20 PM  
American-style sliced bread made from teff? No, thanks. Eating injera is already like chowing down on a thin sheet of foam rubber.
2014-02-21 03:41:23 PM  
Somehow I doubt there are 42 million people in the US with celiac disease....
2014-02-21 04:12:15 PM  
Why are we still humoring the non-celiac gluten free people?
2014-02-21 11:09:29 PM  
Pitch contests sound like such an incredible business scam. If you're knowledgable and connected enough to use your idea you don't need to come out and reveal it to the whole Internet for a chance at $1000, so they're basically a filter for creative people with no legal recourse.
2014-02-22 07:59:33 AM  
So the two products from females are something that will give a small thrust and something for being a fake celiac?

Sounds about right.

(Actually the small thrusters look quite good)
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