Spring 2014 Ideas Competition winners:
Presented by Tufts School of Engineering seniors David Leibenberg and Willem Sandberg.
Product to prevent the loss of sea fishing traps.
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:
Presented by Tufts School of Arts and Sciences sophomore Nathan Long.
Business to create K-12 curriculum-supplementing technology package.
Presented by Tufts School of Arts and Sciences junior Morgan Babbs.
Social enterprise that uses transnational bus routes to deliver sustainable lighting solutions.
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.