Science Friction Episode 2: Technology Management at OU Law Library

February 14, 2022

For some engineers, finding a solution to their product design challenges is a straightforward process. But for others, it’s a more complicated journey. Science Friction takes you through five of those journeys and reveals how polymer components helped to solve their problems.

In this episode, hosts Adam Spacht and Avory Brookins speak with Kenton Brice from the University of Oklahoma College of Law about a TV monitor slide project at the school's library, which is designed with micro flizz® and drylin® hybrid systems from igus®. The slides make it easier for faculty and students to quickly reconfigure the visual layout of their classroom.

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