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March 25th, 2005

Career-hopping engineer leaves lasting imprint

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Today’s cars are safer because of him. Tomorrow’s troops will navigate the battlefield more efficiently, thanks to him. And Gen-Xers may receive better health care when they enter middle age if his track record holds up.

Bill Tang’s inventions can be found in airbags, sensors and perhaps one day in life sciences labs or the body if his biomedical projects succeed.

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