Oklahoma City, OK

System to Sanitize Airport Security Bins

Recent Team Blogs

February 13, 2020
Before the review we met with Stephanie Couch, the Executuve Director, and Anthony Perry, the Invention Education Coordinator. We discussed our progress, ideas, and plans for the future. We also took them on a tour of our campus after the meeting.  Here is the team during the Q and A...
February 12, 2020
The team is preparing to have the first production model ready by spring break. Before finishing our final product, we wanted to show the iterations of our product along with a breakdown of its components.   Concept Draft Isometric View:   Concept Draft Isometric View (Slice...
January 31, 2020
Since the engineering group has given us the prototype we have been working hard to test the capacity of it! Quantifying bacterial growth is hard work, but we found a system that will give us a pretty accurate number of bacterial colonies killed. First we grow a simple strain of lab grown E....
December 17, 2019
After two week of tiring work, the team has made big strides in completing the system. We still have refinements to make, but we are well on our way to begin testing and recording data. As noted in the previous blog, the rollers did not work the best when chained with rubber bands. Our...
December 3, 2019
Apologies for the late update! The team decided it was best to group two updates in one. Over Thanksgiving break, the team made significant progress in finishing our prototype. By the end of the week, we were able to transform the follow materials: Into the frame... with panels... a conveyor...
November 21, 2019
The Francis Tuttle Technology Center is honored to be among the Lemelson-MIT InvenTeams, and our team is looking forward to presenting at EurekaFest 2020. We aim to release at least updates per month, including November. Our first course of action has been creating a prototype mock up with...