How does it work? After a student has been nominated by their school district, you have the opportunity to vote for the most interesting problem you’d like to see solved. Each contributor, or voter, pays $1 per vote.  To learn more about the contest and Ohio Choice Inventor Award click here

 

To find your favorite inventor, find the letters that include the inventor's last name, then use your browser's search (Ctrl Key + F).

The Unsmoginator by Sean Mackey and Lizzie Feeney

School:

Mariemont, Mariemont Elementary School

The problem I want to solve...

Air pollution is a problem all over the world, and we propose a filter to eliminate smog.

When I grow up I want to be...

Sean: endocrinologist Lizzie: professional horseback rider

$0.00
Raised of $50 Goal
0 Contributors
Funding Period 3/21/2016 - 4/10/2016
  •   $1 = 1 Vote

    0 Contributors

    $1.00

Tennis Net 3000 by Rachel Macy

School:

Northwestern Local, Northwestern Elementary

The problem I want to solve...

To create a better way to pick up tennis balls that is not expensive or heavy.

When I grow up I want to be...

Undecided

$0.00
Raised of $50 Goal
0 Contributors
Funding Period 3/21/2016 - 4/10/2016
  •   $1 = 1 Vote

    0 Contributors

    $1.00

Hot Dog by Avery Sullenberger and Emma Mainord

School:

Huber Heights, Charle Huber Elementary

The problem I want to solve...

Dogs get too hot or cold when they are left outside which causes death.

When I grow up I want to be...

Accountant Author, Artist, Actress

$5.00
Raised of $50 Goal
1 Contributors
Funding Period 3/21/2016 - 4/10/2016
  •   $1 = 1 Vote

    1 Contributors

    $1.00

The Net Bot by Cameron Malone and Jacob Martin

School:

Bloom-Carroll, Bloom Carroll Middle School

The problem I want to solve...

When a soccer ball rolls rally far away from he soccer field which takes time out of plying soccer. Also it could be remote controlled or be programmed.

When I grow up I want to be...

Cameron: professional soccer player. Jacob: Cop/Inventor

$0.00
Raised of $50 Goal
0 Contributors
Funding Period 3/21/2016 - 4/10/2016
  •   $1 = 1 Vote

    0 Contributors

    $1.00

Sound Proof Sleep Apnea Blanket by Bryton McFarland

School:

Teays Valley, Ashville Elementary

The problem I want to solve...

I wanted to solve the problem of my grandfather's sleep apnea machine making too much noise and keeping my grandmother awake at night.

When I grow up I want to be...

Police Officer

$23.00
Raised of $50 Goal
5 Contributors
Funding Period 3/21/2016 - 4/10/2016
  •   $1 = 1 Vote

    3 Contributors

    $1.00

Pack Pockets by Brianna Miller

School:

Valley View, Valley View Intermediate School

The problem I want to solve...

Backpacks don't have enough pockets, which can cause some kids to have to leave things at home. The Pack Pocket attaches to your backpack with Velcro and can hold two notebooks or other items for easy access during the school day.

When I grow up I want to be...

doctor

$46.00
Raised of $50 Goal
3 Contributors
Funding Period 3/21/2016 - 4/10/2016
  •   $1 = 1 Vote

    1 Contributors

    $1.00

Tooth Pasted Toothbrush! by Jeremiah Nakley

School:

Youngstown, Chaney Campus of VPA & STEM

The problem I want to solve...

I will create a toothbrush that already has a tube of toothpaste attached to it so that people don’t have to share the toothpaste or germs.

When I grow up I want to be...

A Pathologist

$3.00
Raised of $50 Goal
1 Contributors
Funding Period 3/21/2016 - 4/10/2016
  •   $1 = 1 Vote

    0 Contributors

    $1.00

The Talking Backpack by Addison Navratil

School:

Westlake, Dover Elementary School

The problem I want to solve...

Kids forget items at home or school that need to be in their backpack. The talking backpack helps you remember what to take back and forth.

When I grow up I want to be...

a fire fighter. I really want to help people and it would be a cool and helpful job.

$325.00
Raised of $50 Goal
11 Contributors
Funding Period 3/21/2016 - 4/10/2016
  •   $1 = 1 Vote

    3 Contributors

    $1.00