Student Inventors Hold Convention

EUGENE, Ore. — More than 100 students in first through fifth grade at Corridor Elementary showed off their creations at the school’s annual Invention Convention.

The students have been learning about local and global issues.

Thursday night they created solutions to some of the problems with their own prototypes. A few of the many inventions included a “keep you young” potion, an automatic dog feeder and even a forever battery.

“Batteries today do not last long enough and I will make batteries last a year without charging them and make them friendly to out environment,” said student Cameron Hopson.

“I thought of an animal featured shoe and we then came up with the mountain park,” said student Divina Davis.

That young lady created a shoe with a claw to help when you are climbing.

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