Congratulations to Tyler Clites of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, $15,000 Graduate Winner developed the Agonist-antagonist Myoneural Interface (AMI) system, a new surgical method to enable bi-directional communication between the human nervous system and external bionic devices
Congratulations to Treyetech: Kali Barnes, Stephanie Cai, Akash Chaurasia, Conan Chen, and Eric Chiangof Johns Hopkins University, $10,000 “Cure it!” Lemelson-MIT Student Prize Undergraduate Team Winner for developing a new device that will make DMEK surgery easier to perform
Congratulations to Kayla Nguyen of Cornell University, $15,000 “Use it!” Lemelson-MIT Student Prize Graduate Winner for developing the Electron Microscope Pixel Array Detector (EMPAD) and Low-Cost airSTEM
Congratulations to Melissa Austin, Eric Cao, Talia Kirschbaum, Theodore Lee, and Harrison Nguyen
of Johns Hopkins University, $10,000 “Use it!” Lemelson-MIT Student Prize Undergraduate Team Winnerfor developing the N-Stent: Daily-Wear Nasal Breathing Aid
Congratulations to Guy Satat of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, $15,000 Graduate Winner for developing imaging solutions for seeing through obstructions using time-resolved imaging and compressive imaging.
Congratulations to Maher Damak of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, $15,000 Graduate Winner developed a polymer additive that can be mixed with pesticides and other agricultural sprays to help them adhere to plants more effectively.