Bubble continuous positive airway pressure — or bCPAP — devices are commonly used in the developed world to treat infants whose respiratory systems are underdeveloped or compromised by infection. However, at $6,000 each, the devices are often too expensive for hospitals in the developing world. The bCPAP device developed by BIOP can be built for $160 and delivers the same therapeutic pressure as devices in hospitals in the developed world. BIOP’s bCPAP device, a project in BIOP’s Beyond Traditional Borders initiative, was developed at BIOP’s Oshman Engineering Design Kitchen by seniors as their engineering design capstone project .