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The 17-Year-Old Who Makes Walking Safer
Mary Hood developed a smart cane that vibrates when it detects obstacles
The Nine-Year-Old Who Wants To Stop Ebola
During the ebola epidemic, Mark Leschinsky watched the coverage on television. When he learned that, despite precautions, healthcare workers were still getting sick, he decided to make his own Hazmat suit. It releases a bleach solution onto the suit's surface to kill any lingering viruses. Mark's invention earned him a Thomas Edison Innovation award, and induction into the National Gallery of Young Inventors.
A smarter stethoscope
With his company Eko Devices, Conor Landgraf is disrupting medical tools.
The 15-Year-Old Inventor Who Launched A Business
When Brooke Martin's dog suffered separation anxiety, she built pet communicator iC Pooch
The scientist who is making 3D printing more human
Madeline Gannon wants to unlock the designer in all of us.
The 15-Year-Old Who Builds Drones
Pittsburgh native Mihir Garimella won the Google Science Fair for his fly-inspired robot
The Nano Lightbulb
Young Duck Kim uses graphene in a novel way