It’s easy to trace the beginnings of Zion Tse’s career as a biomedical engineer. Tse’s father, an electronics technician in Hong Kong, often would bring his work home and allow young Zion to disassemble and reassemble fans, air conditioning systems and other devices.
“I even stripped down part of my dad’s car at one point. I think now they call that experiential learning,” Tse said jokingly.
Learn more about Tse’s amazing research in Columns, the University of Georgia’s weekly newspaper.