One of the most exicting aspects of his job, according to Corey, is the chance to work with scientists, researchers, and other engineers from diverse fields. The Hoyo Negro project, for instance, was of interest to geologists, biologists, and archaeologists. Geologists are interested in the extensive limestone cave system of which Hoyo Negro is a part. Biologists and archaeologists are intrigued by the discovery of the remains of an ancient civilization—including a human skull—deep within the cave.

Photograph courtesy Ann Jaskolski
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Inventor: Corey Jaskolski
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Corey Jaskolski develops technology such as robotic camera systems and 3-D scanners.