One of the winner's of this year's PopSci Invention Awards, a sensor-laden glove that shows people how to correctly perform CPR in emergency situations, just won the top prize from the Collegiate Inventors Competition at CalTech.
The two inventors, Corey Centen and Nilesh Patel, who struck on the idea after reading a few frightening statistics about failed CPR, have also launched a startup, Atreo Medical Inc., to move their life-saving glove from the engineering lab and into the real world.
Read more about their big idea here.—Gregory Mone
Cool Stuff... I think everyone should learn how to perform CPR. I took an online certification course at www.blscprtraining.com. You never know when you might have to use these type of stuff and knowing something is better than knowing nothing.