Invention Convention Photos (2005 Columbus Invention Convention) http://www.just-think-inc.com/photos Fri, 31 Oct 2014 09:24:05 -0400 Fri, 31 Oct 2014 09:24:05 -0400 http://blogs.law.harvard.edu/tech/rss ZenPhoto RSS Generator winners (2005 Columbus Invention Convention) winners]]> 2005 Columbus Invention Convention Sat, 21 May 2005 17:35:46 -0400 Columbus Invention Convention 2005 (2005 Columbus Invention Convention) Columbus Invention Convention 2005the Widgets]]> 2005 Columbus Invention Convention Sun, 22 May 2005 00:00:00 -0400 Columbus Invention Convention 2005 (2005 Columbus Invention Convention) Columbus Invention Convention 2005In grade 3 the second place winner is Tess Webster from Gables Elementary (Columbus Public School District) for inventing the Easy Pour, a device that allows easy pouring from heavy containers.]]> 2005 Columbus Invention Convention Sun, 22 May 2005 00:00:00 -0400 Columbus Invention Convention 2005 (2005 Columbus Invention Convention) Columbus Invention Convention 2005In grades K-2 the first place winner is Lillian Weber from Conger Elementary (Delaware City School District) for inventing The Sink Saver, a disposable liner that goes on the sink before shaving or brushing teeth.]]> 2005 Columbus Invention Convention Sun, 22 May 2005 00:00:00 -0400 Columbus Invention Convention 2005 (2005 Columbus Invention Convention) Columbus Invention Convention 2005In grade 5 the third place winner is Maya Velasquez from St. MaryÕs Lancaster for inventing the Peanut Protector Potion, a liquid solution which is dropped onto food to detect the presence of peanuts for those who are allergic.]]> 2005 Columbus Invention Convention Sun, 22 May 2005 00:00:00 -0400 Columbus Invention Convention 2005 (2005 Columbus Invention Convention) Columbus Invention Convention 2005Grange Insurance's Phil Urban.]]> 2005 Columbus Invention Convention Sun, 22 May 2005 00:00:00 -0400 Columbus Invention Convention 2005 (2005 Columbus Invention Convention) Columbus Invention Convention 20053rd place winners of a $300 college Scholarship, left tp right In grades 7-8 the third place winner is Jack McClintock from Weaver Middle School (Hilliard City Schools) for inventing the Ice Buster, a modified drill that scrapes ice off car windows with ease. In grade 6 the third place winner is Austin Miller from Median Middle School (Franklin School District) for inventing Reed Paint, a flavoring for woodwind instrument reeds. In grade 5 the third place winner is Maya Velasquez from St. MaryÕs Lancaster for inventing the Peanut Protector Potion, a liquid solution which is dropped onto food to detect the presence of peanuts for those who are allergic. In grade 4 the third place winner is Megan Entingh from Madison Elementary (Groveport-Madison School District) for inventing the Sneaker Sock, which submerges sneakers in a washing machine, decreasing noise and making for easier washing. In grade 3 the third place winner is Cody Jude from Scioto Trail Elementary for inventing the Container Strainer, which separates condensation from food in a storage container to prevent food from becoming mushy. In grades K-2 the third place winner is Katherine Baldwin from Windemere Elementary (Upper Arlington School District) for inventing Bucklemate, which holds a car seat belt buckle upright for easy buckling.]]> 2005 Columbus Invention Convention Sun, 22 May 2005 00:00:00 -0400 Columbus Invention Convention 2005 (2005 Columbus Invention Convention) Columbus Invention Convention 2005the Think-a-ma-jigs]]> 2005 Columbus Invention Convention Sun, 22 May 2005 00:00:00 -0400 Columbus Invention Convention 2005 (2005 Columbus Invention Convention) Columbus Invention Convention 2005In grades 7-8 the second place winner is Sihalour In from Hiltonia Middle School (Franklin School District) for inventing the Carbon Monoxide Exhaust System, a system that detects and eliminates carbon monoxide.]]> 2005 Columbus Invention Convention Sun, 22 May 2005 00:00:00 -0400 Columbus Invention Convention 2005 (2005 Columbus Invention Convention) Columbus Invention Convention 2005In grade 3 the first place winner is Kayla Spencer from Alpine Elementary (Columbus City School District) for inventing the Clean Tire Shield, a shield that goes around dirty bicycle tires to protect carpet and floors.]]> 2005 Columbus Invention Convention Sun, 22 May 2005 00:00:00 -0400