How 'the Cave' fostered a generation of blind innovators; Arizona weighs desalination

How 'the Cave' fostered a generation of blind innovators; Arizona weighs desalination

By NPR

Here & Now Anytime

Wednesday, 6 April

STAT's Isabella Cueto talks about a basement study center — known as "the Cave" — that helped blind students become innovators in adaptive technologies and disability rights advocates. And, as Arizona's water supplies dip to critical lows, the state's governor has got a plan — and it's an expensive one. Sharon Megdal, director of the water resources research center at the University of Arizona, explains Gov. Doug Ducey's idea for a desalination project.
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