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CT Invention Convention Finals Event  - April 30, 2016

School Registration Closes December 31, 2015

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CIC Next Step Inventor Wins Google Science Fair
Olivia Hallisey, 16, has won the 2015 Google Global Science Fair and a $50,000 scholarship! Her research led her to create an invention and method to test for Ebola and other infectious diseases. Her "Temperature-Independent, Portable and Rapid Test for Ebola" is a simple solution to a complex problem and has the potential to change the world, which was the theme of this year's Google Science Fair.         Read the story below!  
2015 Attendance Breaks All Records! What's the equation for a great CT Invention Convention Finals?
Still Revolutionary! CIC Day at The Capitol Due to all the additional programs we are running and schools we are supporting, we have been forced to put the CIC Day at the Capitol event on hiatus for this year. Hopefully by next year, we will have the necessary resources and staff to restart this excellent program.
Congresswoman Esty & CIC Inventors Discuss Innovation Mallory Kievman (left) CEO of Hiccupops, Congresswoman Elizabeth Esty, and Lilianna Zyszkowski (right), serial inventor and CEO of Minder Industries met to discuss their inventions and innovation in "still revolutionary" Connecticut. 
Video: The Connecticut Invention Convention Click here to go to the YouTube video! Hosted by the University of Connecticut School of Engineering, student inventors from schools all around Connecticut arrive at UConn's Gampel Pavilion for the Connecticut Invention Convention, a year-long STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) program. As CIC enters its 32nd year, we encourage young inventors, innovators and entrepreneurs to Join us!    
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