Take, for example, the center's new portable medical shelter. The military needed one for the frontlines with a hard floor and full nuclear, biological and chemical protection. Bzorgi's team also incorporated two surgical beds and blood gutters, and made it bulletproof. He alone, however, added the crowning touch: a button. Pushing it activates a winch that drops the floor and an electromechanical assembly that raises the ceiling. A job that used to require 10 people now requires one.