Young Man invention for science fair could stop germs
When Grant Edwards sees a heap of roller-skate wheels, a towel ring and a singing-toothbrush battery, he doesn't think garbage. He thinks invention.
Grant, 17 and a home-schooled senior who lives in south Charlotte, has had a knack for creating contraptions since he was a child.
But his most recent gadget took him to State University of New York Oswego for the 2011 Global Environmental Issues U.S (GENIUS) Olympiad competition in June, where he was awarded gold and a most-innovative prize for his self-sterilizing doorknob.
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