Student Innovation: Curing Composites, Dropping the Droop, and Grinding Graphene

by Michael Mullaney on March 3, 2010

Students play an absolutely critical role in driving forward the state of science, engineering, and technology, and are key citizens in the global innovation ecosystem envisioned by our university president.

The Lemelson-MIT Rensselaer Student Prize is a prime showcase for some of the brightest student minds at Rensselaer. The $30,000 prize is a good indicator that these student inventions are not taken lightly.

Check out this video that highlights this year’s three Lemelson finalists and their innovations:

Also, be sure to check out this page (look to the right-most column) and listen to the excellent Campus Cache interviews with finalists Casey, Jiuru, and Javad.