Self-Stirring Coffee Cup Earns a Top Spot in Student Design Competition

While pouring a cup of coffee one evening, Daytona Beach Mechanical Engineering freshman Nolan Alexander ran into a problem: he had no spoon to stir sugar into his mug. That dilemma sparked Alexander’s idea to create a self-stirring travel mug for an Engineering Fundamentals design competition with teammates David Roquebert and Matthew Pendleton. more

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