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Gore Featured on Good Morning America, NPR

Gore Featured on Good Morning America, NPR

Department of Materials Science and Engineering graduate student Colin Gore has recently been featured in segments on ABC's Good Morning America and National Public Radio, in which he was interviewed about his role as one of the pilots of Gamera II, the Clark School's record-setting human-powered helicopter.

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He has even been the subject of a feature in one of his hometown newspapers, the Reading Eagle. "Dan Kelly's Korner: Sky's the limit in engineering for Mifflin grad," covers Gore's quest, along with his Gamera II teammates, to win the Sikorsky Prize by flying Gamera II at a height of 10 feet for at least 60 seconds, with less than a 10-foot drift.

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November 12, 2012


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