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The process of designing her board game has been intensive. Quincy had to start her own board game company and obtain licensing
At age 12, Brooke Martin of Spokane, Washington came up with a new way to stay in touch with her golden retriever. Now-14
The Indian teen recently earned a spot as one of 18 finalists in the 2014 Google Science Fair for his invention, called "TALK
Legos has announced it will introduce a set of female scientist figures.
Welcome to Thrive on Live with @CaroMT. Not everyone sees the world the same way, and inventors see the world through an especially creative lens. We discuss how their imagination and innovation have led us to a better world.
It's only natural to look to the future with hope for a better tomorrow. Happily, the seeds of that tomorrow can be seen in the minds of 2013's most brilliant kids. Here are three wunderkinds who promise to be on the cutting edge of innovation for a long time.
According to CBC News, 15-year-old Ann Makosinski designed what she calls a "hollow flashlight" that transforms the heat
"They need to be protected just as much as the older players," Ryan explained. The 13-year-old used a pendulum and a pressure
Watch the video above to to hear more from them about the cool project. “We decided to make something effective and beneficial
Tyler had some help along the way from his dad, Joseph, who is also an engineer and inventor. After coming up with a final
Raise your hand if you'd like to design your own pair of kicks in art class. According to WLKY News, that's what students
Kids deserve more credit than they get. Read more on Mashable.com
Meet Marian Bechtel. She's a 17-year-old pianist, scientist, 2012 Intel Talent Search finalist, and passionate anti-war activist
It's no secret that we love stories of amazing teens here at HuffPost High School. So naturally, we're pretty thrilled about