An Approach to Detect Fruit Disease using Images
Meet Laasya. Laasya developed a solution that will allow farmers to easily and effectively detect diseased and unhealthy crops to reduce food waste and loss during the harvesting phase.
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.
SoleX Turf: Good for Your Sole, Good for Your Planet
Meet Xavier. Xavier invented SoleX Turf, a highly renewable, nontoxic alternative energy source to replace current energy solutions that use non-renewable, toxic components.
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.
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.
Solar Energy System and Natural Fibonacci Sequence
Aidan is a member of Boy Scouts, Band, and Art Club. He also enjoys sailing, track, and golf.
Naren participates in Lego Robotics and Science Bowl. He is also learning to speak Mandarin and plays the piano, basketball and chess.
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.
Brandon is a member of Science Olympiad, Science Club, and Math Club. He also plays the clarinet, piano, and the oboe.
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.
Neuroplasticity: Enabling Stroke Patients to Repair Motor Skills by Imitating Motion Between Hands
Meet Rithvik. Rithvik invented a novel robotic glove system designed to fast-track stroke rehabilitation of motor skills in the hands through neuroplasticity.
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.
Oxygen Absorber Bag to Prolong the Shelf-life of Food
Carolyn is a member of school orchestra and chamber orchestra. She also enjoys playing soccer and tennis and unicycling.
Travois with Wheels Helps Parents Carry Children Across the African Desert
Chase is a member of 4H Club, Math Club, and Boy Scouts. He also enjoys competing in science fairs.
Gabriel enjoys playing the saxophone and soccer.
Modeling Gut Microbiome using 3D Microfluidics for Cancer Detection
Meet Ekansh. Ekansh developed a microfluidic device that mimics conditions of the gut microbiome to help test the relationship between bacteria and cancer, as well as new treatments against the disease-causing microorganisms and cancer cells.
Honey Comb: An alternate approach to reduce indoor air pollution
Meet Harsha. Harsha identified an alternate, low-cost approach to reducing indoor air pollution using leaf-like structures inside the home.
Robotic Swarms: Intelligent Network of Robots Performing Cooperative Tasks
Meet Samhita. Samhita designed and programmed multiple robots to mimic swarm intelligence to be used to accomplish complex tasks and collect data and information in the aid of healthcare, agriculture, construction, security and military operations.
BOREAS: The next evolution in Telemedicine
Meet Samvrit. Samvrit developed BOREAS, an affordable telemedicine-based solution that accurately captures and relays breath sounds along with symptomatic data to physicians with use of a unified hardware-software app solution.
A Novel Configuration of Carbon Nanotubes
Anin is a member of Science Olympiad and Math Club. He also enjoys playing the piano, basketball and tennis.
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.
Can Summoning a Pharmacist Reduce OTC Drug Errors
Patrick participates in Science Fairs and competes in basketball, hockey, baseball, golf, and track.
Eco-friendly Clay to Save Coral
Anishaa is a member of Science Club, Math Club, and Science Olympiad. She also enjoys singing, dancing, Taekwondo, and tennis.
A Portable Microscopic Particle Meter Using Image Processing and Laser Microscopy
Meet Kyle. Kyle designed a portable Total Suspended Solids (TSS) device that easily and clearly detects invisible particles in water to monitor water quality and contamination levels.
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.
Muck-rete: Constructive Utilization of Indian River Lagoon Muck
Meet Sophia. Sophia created Muck-rete, a constructive way to utilize muck found in water as an aggregate in concrete and eliminate the need for Muck-sites.
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.