The students and their inventions are:
- Sebastian Cabrera, “Boom Bike” (Lake Avenue)
- Tyler Clute, “I Pad Fingerprint Recognition” (Dorothy Nolan)
- Amalia Culpepper-Wehr, “Mr. Water Saver” (Lake Avenue)
- Sydney DeLeonardis, “A Clean Twist” (Lake Avenue)
- Nick Gebo, “Heated Computer Mouse” (Dorothy Nolan)
- Freya Haworth, “Grip Swim Shoes and Toe Protector” (Lake Avenue)
- Sophia O’Brien, “Saddle Warmer” (Lake Avenue)
- Ryan Ragaini, “Snow Glow, Glow in the Dark Skis, Sleds & Snowboards” (Dorothy Nolan)
- Maecy Rickman, “Less Weight Laundry” (Lake Avenue)
- Lily White, “Gell Drink Holder” (Lake Avenue).
The Invention Convention is an annual student competition open to Capital District students in kindergarten through grade eight. The goal is to stimulate the development of students’ creativity and imaginations. Models of the semifinalists’ inventions are on display at the museum through May 19.