Scientists across the fields of physics, chemistry, biology and engineering all require the use of complex tools while in the laboratory, as well as a method to log observations and experimental details. IE Smart Goggles will have the capability to display IR temperature readings, radiation level notifications, and relevant scientific documentation in a heads-up display. The Smart Goggles will also have voice recognition, video logging capability, and speech-to-text data recording.
Commuters across the world are choosing to ride their bikes to their destinations with increasing frequency. This Inventors Enterprise group is designing a bicycle add-on that electrically propels the cyclist. The add-on can be charged at home via electricity, charged by stationary peddling (like a gym workout!), charged by regenerative braking on the road, and charged on steep downhills. Currently, this group is in phase 1: building the energy generator.
It is apparent from the crisis in Flint, Michigan that we need a better, faster way to determine whether our water is safe to drink. Current technologies are expensive, wasteful, and slow. This group wants to fix that with a single press of a button. By adding a compound to the water sample, shaking, and then inserting into their device, within seconds you can tell if the water is safe to drink. The group currently has a working prototype and are now making improvements and increasing accuracy.
President: Collin Muniz at email@example.com
Vice-President: Noah Hoffman at firstname.lastname@example.org
Secretary: Jacob Van de Lindt at email@example.com
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Every Thursday 6:00 - 7:30pm in Austin Hall room 270.