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2009 Lemelson-MIT finalist Erez Lieberman G explains his invention, the iShoe, to a local middle school student, Mickaella Casseus. The iShoe can be placed in any shoe and wirelessly connects to a laptop to provide physicians with diagnostic information about the wearer’s sense of balance. Geoffrey von Maltzahn G won the Lemelson-MIT Student Prize, awarded to promising inventors, for his work on cancer therapy.
2009 Lemelson-MIT finalist Erez Lieberman G explains his invention, the iShoe, to a local middle school student, Mickaella Casseus. The iShoe can be placed in any shoe and wirelessly connects to a laptop to provide physicians with diagnostic information about the wearer’s sense of balance. Geoffrey von Maltzahn G won the Lemelson-MIT Student Prize, awarded to promising inventors, for his work on cancer therapy.