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Teen creates sensor to help Alzheimer’s patients
Today’s Big Idea comes from Kenneth Shinozuka, a sixteen year old who created a sensor to inform caregivers when an Alzheimer’s patient is wandering. Kenneth Shinozuka and Mariette Dichristina, Editor in Chief of Scientific American, talk with Richard Lui about his invention, which won him first prize in this year’s Scientific American Science in Action Award.
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