A Novel Toilet Flushing System using Grey Water and Fresh Water
Meet Mehaa. Mehaa developed a toilet flushing system that uses both fresh and recycled water to reduce water consumption in the home.
Anti-Slip Shoes for Roofers
Jack likes to further pursue scientific research by participating in science fairs! He is also a member of the science, math, and engineering clubs. He is involved in the Boy Scouts and likes to stay active by going kayaking.
Low cost Archery Assistant with an Interface for the Visually Impaired
Meet Sriram. Sriram developed Archery Assistant, an app that improves an archer’s accuracy by correcting form in real-time using a Bluetooth sensor.
Clean Energy-Producing Wheels, Capable of Charging a Battery when Spun
Caroline is an active participant in the areas of music and athletics! Her activities consist of theater, flute, piano, guitar, choir, track, cross country, and softball.
Ice Indicating Solution that is Blue when Thawed, Red when Frozen
Austin enjoys being a part of the math club and competing in science fairs. He stays active by doing karate
Smart Infrared Based ROV to Identify and Remove Microplastics from Marine Environments
Meet Anna. Anna created an underwater device that uses infrared light to detect harmful microplastics in the ocean.
Acid Erosion Protection for Teeth
Shayan exhibits his passion for science through participating in science fairs, the science club and the math club. He is also a member of the Boy Scouts. Shayan plays the piano and is on the wrestling team.
Alginate Gel for Pulled Teeth
Meet Julia. Julia’s innovative use of Alginate Gel helps to alleviate pain, infection and suffering of millions who get their teeth pulled each year.
SOS Save Our Silence: An Optical Approach to Controlling Digital Noise Cancellation
Meet Zachary. Zachary developed a method using light technology to reduce noise pollution.
Foot Monitors for People with Peripheral Neuropathy
John enjoys competing in science fairs and is a member of the academic team at his school.
Food Damage Prevention for Homes & Communities
Cheyenne enjoys competing in science fairs and participating in the math club. She knows how to play two musical instruments, piano and flute, and is also a member of the fencing team.
Textricity: Using Piezoelectric Plates to Harvest Electricity from Taps on a Cell Phone
Meet Theodore. Theodore created a smartphone case that harvests energy from finger taps on the screen to charge the phone’s battery.
RFID Device that Alerts a Driver to Upcoming Pedestrian Crosswalks
Nolan is a member of the Boy Scouts and B.E.S.T. Robotics. He also enjoys archery.
Heat Protection Laptop Case
This young scientist has a passion for science and math. Divya participates in science fairs and is a member of the math club, Math Counts, Future Business Leaders of America, and the economics team.
uFlu: Your Personalized Flu Vaccine
Meet Cameron. Cameron created a computer model that calculates the seasonal flu vaccine using artificial intelligence (AI) and deep machine learning to identify personalized flue vaccines.
Possession Tracking Device
Albert likes competing in science fairs and is in both the science and math clubs. He is also a member of a symphonic orchestra.
A Potential Cure to Huntington's Disease
Meet Krish. Krish hopes to cure Huntington’s Disease through an injectable medication using Synthetic Antibody Mimics (SyAMs) to locate and attach to a specific protein found on the surface of cancer cells to ultimately eliminate Huntington’s disease.
Technology that is Optimizing and Controlling Aircraft Wing Shape and Efficiency In-Flight Through Novel Polymer Artificial Muscle Actuators
Meet Leo. Leo hopes to reduce high altitude aircraft carbon emissions through his innovative design and use of polymer artificial muscles better known as PAM actuators.
Meet Braeden. In order to help diagnose concussions, Braedon developed a low-cost impact detection device that can make it easier to spot harmful concussions in athletes.
Pancreatic Cancer Deep Learning System: A novel Tool for Improved Image-Guided Radiotherapy (IGRT) through Automated Pancreas Segmentation
Meet Rishab. Rishab created a method that uses artificial intelligence to help accurately locate the pancreas during MRI radiotherapy and make cancer treatment more effective.