Spring 2014 Ideas Competition winners:  

Trapsaver:

Presented by Tufts School of Engineering seniors David Leibenberg and Willem Sandberg.
Product to prevent the loss of sea fishing traps.

Hadori Catheter:

Presented by Tufts Medical Center Clinical Associate Thormika Keo and Tufts Medical Center Clinical Instructor Diana Winston.
Product to augment the effective visualized field during colonoscopy.

Syria Bicycle Company:

Presented by Tufts Fletcher School graduate student Ely Teitsworth. 
Enterprise to employ displaced Syrians through bicycle manufacturing.

Spring 2014 Ideas Competition Honorable Mention:

Junebit:

Presented by Tufts School of Arts and Sciences sophomore Nathan Long.
Business to create K-12 curriculum-supplementing technology package.

SolarRoute:

Presented by Tufts School of Arts and Sciences junior Morgan Babbs.
Social enterprise that uses transnational bus routes to deliver sustainable lighting solutions.

Speakeasy Comments:

Presented by Tufts School of Arts and Sciences post-bac Isaac Gendelman.
Subscription software tool to provide more in-depth conversation on websites and around texts.