Thirteen years ago, mother of two Laura Kelly stood in the doorway of a kindergarten class and watched as a group of three-, four- and five-year-olds baked bread and hand-sewed little animals.
â€œThe main mission here is to get kids interested in science,â€ said Bob Parker, inventor of the digital thermometer, battery charge tester and other thermal-oriented technologies.
The top three presenters are awarded prize packages valued at up to $2,000 in cash and business services.
Frankâ€™s group has developed a solar stove that can be used for cooking, heating and electricity.
Earlier this month he joined 19 other disabled veterans at a eight-day crash course in entrepreneurship.
It was just another day at the office as 60 young business owners set up shop in the middle of Rodney Square.
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