High-school innovators share their inventions at MIT event

06/25/2013 | Time.com

The inventions featured at this year's EurekaFest at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology -- from an egg incubator envisioned for use in developing countries to a watch-like device meant to help communication for individuals with autism -- showcased the creativity and talents of high-school inventors from across the nation. As part of the program, grants are awarded to some student groups, known as "InvenTeams," to help them develop inventions designed to solve problems in their communities or elsewhere in the world.

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