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Primary School - Grades K-3
P=Project   E=Experiment
Make Your Own Stethoscope [E]
Middle School - Grades 7-9
P=Project   E=Experiment
A reliable way to store and transport vaccines [P] [P]
Difference in motions between biological legs, and double amputees with a transtibial amputation (below the knee) who use a specific running blade [E]
Microcontroller Based Bionic Eye for the Blind [E]
Use MIT App Inventor to create a personalized medicine-reminder app. [E]
Braille Pad: An Electric Braille Display Using Solenoids [E]
A Wireless, Wearable, and Customizable Electronic Solution to Predict and Prevent Autistic Meltdowns [E]
A Novel Spiral Microchannel Device for Urinalysis [E]
Regulating Thermal Comfort with Personal Peltier Modules [E]

A Low Cost, Adoptable, User Tested Add-on Device for the White Cane Facilitating Safer Mobility of the Visually Impaired [E]
The Effect of Ultrasound Treatment on Various Bruises, Aches, and Pains [E]
A Low Cost, Adoptable, User Tested Add-on Device for the White Cane Facilitating Safer Mobility of the Visually Impaired [E]
Design and Evaluation of a Cell-Phone Compatible Wireless Electrocardiograph [P] [P]
Create a therapeutic device that will treat Speech disorders such as Apraxia and Dyspraxia [E]
Improving the Music Experience for People with Hearing Loss Using Multi-Frequency Tactile Sound [E]
A portable solar autoclave for disinfection of medical tools [P]
Intravenous Fluid Low level Alarm System [P]
Prosthesis improvement by direct interface with the brain using electroencephalography (EEG) [P] [P] [P]
Using Homemade Sensors, a Microcontroller, and a Laptop to Help Patients Take Medicines on Time [E]
Construct a device for detecting black ice for blind people. [P]
A solution for people who can't determine the direction of sound, or can't hear it altogether. [P]
Do Metallic Medical Implants Corrode in the Human Body? [E]
Research the technology and applications of today's modern forms of diagnostic imaging (X-Rays, CAT Scans, and MRIs). [P] [P]
How Gamma Knife (Gamma Knife Stereotactic Radiosurgery) works? [P]
Do Artificial Nails and Nail Polish Interfere with the Accurate Measurement of Oxygen Saturation by Pulse Oximetry? [E]
The Effect of Cryonics on Various Organisms [P] [P]
Can ice be used to preserve once-living things? [E]
High School - Grades 10-12
P=Project   E=Experiment
Digital Stethoscope to Assist Detection of Irregular Heartbeats [E]
A Lab-on-a-Chip Device Incorporating Novel Micropumps, Microvalves, and an Acoustic Micromixer for Disease Diagnostics [E]
An inexpensive non-invasive respiratory monitor. [P] [P]
An Innovative AAC (Augmentative and alternative communication) Device for people with Developmental Disabilities [P] [P]
A low-cost wearable sensor technology for real-time, reliable detection of Alzheimerís disease patientsí wanderings. Once the patient steps onto the floor, a sensor worn on the foot will immediately detect the pressure caused by body weight and wirelessly trigger an audible alert in a caregiverís Smartphone. [P]
Build a model of an artificial pancreas to investigate the challenges of getting such a device to work. [E]
Can I See It if I Cannot Hear It? Real-Time Visualization of Incoming Sound for People with Hearing Disabilities [E]
An application to help integrate patients into the clinical research environment. [P]
An Exoskeleton glove which enhances and supports the movement of the human palm [P] [P]
A Hat-Based Hands-Free Haptic Navigational Aid for the Visually Impaired [E]
A Microfluidic Device for Blood Separation and Cell Morphology Analysis Using Acoustic Microstreaming [E]
A Hat-Based Hands-Free Haptic Navigational Aid for the Visually Impaired [E]
The Automated Cereal Dispenser (ACD) helps people with diminished physical or mental capacities like Parkinsonís disease and Multiple Sclerosis [P] [P]
How to Build an X-ray Machine [E]
A real-time object recognition algorithm for commercial mobile smartphones for the blind. [P]
A Novel Aid with Facial Detection, Facial Recognition, and Audio Analysis Capabilities for Patients with Dementia or Communication Disorders and their Caretakers [P]
Image Processing and Machine Learning for the Diagnosis of Melanoma Cancer [P]
Use of Quartz Crystal Microbalance (QCMB) to Study Antibody Antigen Interactions [E] [E] [E]
Novel Genetics-Based Early Disease Detection Using Ontology-Driven Microarray Semantics with Optimized Mass Spectrometry [E]
Comparing healthy / cancerous telomere dynamics by using a novel time-lapse 3D visualization algorithm. [E]
The Use of Background Suppression in MRIs to Increase Signal [E]

Computer Vision for the Blind [P]
Comparison between Alcoholic and Nonalcoholic Liver Using CT Phantom Calibration [E]
The Effectiveness of Thermal Imaging in the Diagnosis of Arthritis [E]
Can a Pacemaker Get Recharged to Reduce Pacemaking's Invasiveness? [E]
A Mind-Computer Interface without Pattern Recognition Based on Biofeedback Training [E]
A Device to Detect Iron Deficient Anemia via Non-Invasive Optical Measurement of Zinc Protoporphyrin [E]
Are Pacemakers and Implantable Cardiac Defibrillators Safe? [E]
Research Security and Privacy for Implantable Medical Devices [E]
What is Ultrasound? [P]
Creating Binocular Vision with Only One Eye [E]
Improving Binocular Vision in Stereopsis Impairment Using Optical Devices [P]
Improving Antibiotics with Ultrasound [P]
Research the technology and applications of today's modern forms of diagnostic imaging (X-Rays, CAT Scans, and MRIs). [P]
Is it possible to develop a software application that will encode (using Steganographic and Cryptographic techniques) a patient's information, image, and doctor's comments into medical images from modalities such as ultrasound, CT, MRI that have been saved in either BMP, AVI, or the DICOM format? [P]
Determining Stroke Core using CT Perfusion: a Faster, More Cost-Effective Modality than MRI [E]
New Imaging Technique Promises Higher Resolution of Brain Cancer Tumor Boundaries using Photoacoustic Imaging [E]
Microfluidic Image Cytometry to Detect PI3K Pathway Markers in Brain Cancer [E]
The synthesis of a carbamate, bromomethylphysostigmine (BMPHY) for use as an imaging agent for Alzheimer's Disease using positron emission tomography (PET). [E]
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