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INVENTIONS ON THE NATIONAL MARKET

Frey ScientificMany students and teachers who helped solve educational problems are featured in the Frey Scientific Catalog. FREY Scientific contributed four pages of their catalog to announce an opportunity for students and teachers to earn royalties and national recognition by using their inventive skills. This program welcomes both students and teachers to submit an original device that demonstrates a difficult-to-understand science concept. If the device is both effective and marketable, FREY Scientific is interested in the possibility of paying a royalty in return for offering it in their catalog. Each year, the FREY Scientific catalog features more devices invented by students and teachers. Each of these new products is identified by the Museum's logo. Student- and teacher-developed devices are identified in the FREY catalog with the National Museum of Education's logo (picture shown with our former logo):

Frey Scientific Catalog

By extending to students the opportunity to make positive changes in the educational process, we help promote them from passive spectators to active participants. In this way students may develop a sense of ownership in their own education.

CLICK HERE TO ZOOM IN ON STUDENT INVENTION 1

CLICK HERE TO ZOOM IN ON STUDENT INVENTION 2

 

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Doti Corrigan

Doti Corrigan invented the Coriolis Effect demonstrator for overhead projectors during her Grade 9 year in 1986. She is still receiving royalties today!

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