This year was a busy one for engineers all over the world. From inventing bendable computer screens to unlocking a secret room in a 4,500-year-old pyramid, scientists and engineers broke new ground in numerous ways.

We at eGFI have also been busy chronicling the most awe-inspiring innovations and stories, so without further ado, we present:

The Most Popular, Interesting, Weird, or Just Plain Cool eGFI Blog Posts of 2010

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A team of engineering students has come up with an innovative way to improve SODIS (solar water disinfection) in the third world: an electronic indicator that signals when water has been exposed to enough sunlight.

Their invention won a $40,000 prize from the Rockefeller Foundation, and most of its parts can be found in cheap solar calculators.

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2010 American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE)

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