Three of our students, Jeff Miller, Ross Robertson, and Greg Rapp, began working at a start up company named Pneuma Respiratory as engineering technicians. The company has developed a fully digital breath activated inhaler that could help some of the millions of individuals that suffer from asthma. All three students are a part of a research group called BiyOSeF. Using the skills they have learned from working on a team and conducting research, they are able to troubleshoot and perform experiments with electrical components and devices. When asked, they said the job has shown them just how applicable the skills learned from BiyOSeF are. For more information about Pneuma Respiratory, click this link.