Career Academy students win prizes at Trine University’s Fourth Annual Innovation Challenge on April 21
Second place in the technology division, with a $1,000 prize, was awarded to Security Buddy by Ethan Wierenga and Jonathan Adams, students at Career Academy South Bend. The device helps protect personal information when connected to a public WiFi network.
Nathan Hopper, a student at Career Academy South Bend, received the top high school student award for his Mold Extraction Device, an attachment for the end of a vacuum system to allow professionals the ability to remove mold with one tool, as opposed to the current method of using two tools at once.
More information can be found at http://www.trine.edu/news/2017/Innovation-Prizes.aspx.
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