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Meet the 2010 Inductees

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Katherine Bomkamp

The Pain Free Socket: Incorporating Thermal Biofeedback into Prosthetics to Eliminate Phantom Pain in Amputees

Waldorf, MD
Freshman - West Virginia University

See photo and invention details here

See comic strip of inventor here

 
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Audrey Leasure

An Electroless Intermetallic Coating to Reduce Infrared Emissivity and Temperature Oscillation in Metal Alloy Saw Blades

Windermere, FL
Grade 12, Lake Highland Prep School

See photo and invention details here

See comic strip of inventor here

 
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Anirudh Mohan

Synthesis and Characterization of Biomarker-Harvesting Hydrogel Nanoparticles

Clifton, VA
Freshman - Duke University

See photo and invention details here

See comic strip of inventor here

 
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Gavin G. Ovsak

The CHAD (Circuit Head Accessibility Device)

Hopkins, MN
Grade 12, Eden Prairie High School

See photo and invention details here

See comic strip of inventor here

 
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Gennifer Rubin

An Electroless Intermetallic Coating to Reduce Infrared Emissivity and Temperature Oscillation in Metal Alloy Saw Blades

Windermere, FL
Grade 12, Lake Highland Prep School

See photo and invention details here

See comic strip of inventor here

 

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