Even before he began his studies at the University of Pittsburgh, Micah Toll was an inventor.
While he was a student at Cedar Crest High School, Toll designed portable, lightweight construction beams that could be used to build houses.
At Pittsburgh, Toll, now 23, has worked on building electric bicycles designed for cities and urban centers.
“The goal is to be able to sell these electric bicycles and help replace many car trips with cleaner, more efficient vehicles,” he wrote in an email last week.
Toll will graduate on Sunday with his bachelor of science degree in mechanical engineering.
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