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Meet the 2011 Inductees

OFFICIAL 2011 PRESS RELEASE

** SEE SLIDESHOW OF 2011 INDUCTION HERE! **

campeau

David Alexandre Joseph Campeau

Brain Computer Interface

Rochester, MN
Grade 11

Photo and invention details

Comic strip of inventor

 
ennis

Riley Charles Ennis

Innovative Cancer Vaccine

McLean, VA
Freshman at Dartmouth University, Then at Thomas Jefferson High School for Science & Technology

Photo and invention details

Comic strip of inventor

 
gilbert

Alexander Prodromos Gilbert

Improved Contrast in Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) for More Accurate Medical Diagnoses

McLean, VA
Freshman at MIT, Then at St. Albans School

Photo and invention details

Comic strip of inventor

 
jena

Siddhartha Gautama Jena

Erythrocyte Dysfunction & Amelioration in Hypercholesterolemic Conditions

Bloomfield Hills, MI
Grade 12, Bloomfield Hills School

Photo and invention details

Comic strip of inventor

 
marquez

Samantha Marie Marquez

Celloidosomes® The Bioengineering of Artificial Glands & Bioreactors

Midlothian, VA
Grade 10, Maggie L. Walker Governor’s School

Photo and invention details

Comic strip of inventor

 

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The National Gallery for America's Young Inventors ™ is the only nationally recognized hall of fame for student inventors, established in 1993 and given permission by the adult National Inventors Hall of Fame Board in Washington, D.C. to archive and enshrine great student inventions and inventors K-12.


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