NotImpossibleNow.com editor Elliot Kotek chatted to Chattanooga teenager Tanay Patril at Intel's science fair about his latest innovation.
Inspired by an amputee friend and the veterans he sees around him in Tennessee (as well as taking to technology to stand out on his college applications), Patril found a way to provide a battery charger for prostheses that costs about 10% of the market leader. The only problem so far is that he's only made the one.
Manufacturers, anyone? Anyone? Bueller?