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See how the winning teams applied their STEAM skills to create change in their communities.
Because local first responders called to the scene of a drug overdose are only armed with rubber gloves and tongs, the students of Ashland Middle School developed a solution to safely pick up and dispose of hazardous material. The students created a device that could be used by first responders and local authorities to pick up dangerous used needles and other drug paraphernalia. Additionally, the students are creating an online database that local community members can access to learn more about the opioid epidemic.
After learning that strong summer storms are the primary cause of flooding in the U.S., Thomas Jefferson Middle School students developed a water sensor that deploys water barriers when rising water levels reach 6 inches. Once the barriers are deployed, the system uses wi-fi to send a signal to emergency personnel. The information is then sent to the mobile map app, Waze, and the North Carolina Department of Transportation to alert drivers of the conditions.
Reported concussions reached upwards of 3 million in 2017, and it’s estimated that half of all concussions went unreported or undetected. After a classmate suffered a concussion during football season last year, students at Cavallini Middle school developed sensors to be worn on football helmets to accurately and quickly identify potential concussions and help prevent any further brain damage through early detection.
Santiago High School, CA
Lee County Middle School West, GA
Ashland Middle School, KY
Noble High School, ME
Kent Career Tech Center, MI
Thomas Jefferson Middle School, NC
Gering High School, NE
Cavallini Middle School, NJ
Clear Creek Middle School, OR
Omro High School, WI
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