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Once again Inventors Digest has partnered with the National Collegiate Inventors and Innovators Alliance to host a video competition for college innovation teams. Public voting runs Feb. 18 to March 14 right here on View the videos below and cast your vote now! Winners will be announced at the Open Minds event March 26 at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History.

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19 Responses to “Vote for Your Favorite Video”

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  3. Chris Fernandez says:

    Wonderful idea!

  4. ronit hurvitz says:

    liked very much the johns hopkins’s antenatal screening kit

  5. reuven says:


  6. R RAJESWARI says:

    It will be very useful in a developing country India

  7. terry swithin says:

    Brilliant !

  8. nagesh says:

    The antenatal screening kit designed and developed by johns hopkins’ student team is innovative, boon and blessing for underpriviledged ones in devloping countries.

  9. Tricia says:

    What could supercede the importance of ensuring healthy human beings? Nothing I can think of. Those who are malnourished in the womb and in their earliest years, lose their potential to be all they were meant to be. What a wonderful gift to the poor of the Earth – a possibility for full citizenship on this planet because they are healthy mentally and physically due to the early intervention made possible by the brilliant team at Johns Hopkins University.

  10. […] Vote on the videos and make or break some young inventors’ dreams here… […]

  11. BIL ROUNDS says:


    Kibera Working Group’s WATSAN Solution
    University of Denver

  12. […] Vote on the videos and make or break some young inventors’ dreams here… […]

  13. Sara Brook says:

    simple ideas are ofen the most effective

  14. […] On March 26, the NCIIA will host its annual Open Minds (formerly March Madness for the Mind) showcase of student innovation at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History. This year, the event will feature fifteen collegiate teams with inventions ranging from a portable, affordable shower system for off-grid areas (pictured above) to an improved and cost-effective rickshaw that encourages operators to become entrepreneurs. The participating graduate and undergraduate teams are also participating in a video competition on the Inventors Digest website. Please go view them and cast your vote here! […]

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  16. Alfred Amatangelo says:

    Sounds like a simple yet effective device. You & your team should be commended.

  17. Kumarasubramaniam says:

    In an agriculture dependent country like India, improving efficiency in agricultural methods will be of much use.

  18. This shower is a great product – sustainable and especially important now for helping earthquake victims as well as for those chronically without water in developing countries!

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