The Boston Globe reports that thanks to the ingenuity of some students at Whittier Regional Vocational Technical High School, a student with cerebral palsy will be able to access her locker just as quickly as other students. Normally, lockers at the school require a key. However in less than two months, four students developed a remote control that automatically slides the bolt from the locker door. For good measure, the students also provided the student with an ergonomic key in the event that the remote’s batteries die. The device was highlighted at the University of Massachusetts at Lowell’s Assistive Technology Design Fair–a noncompetitive event that promotes engineering experience by tackling projects with the aim of helping people with disabilities…