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October 19th, 2006
6th Graders Honored for Clear Vision in Science
The model of the Tourette's Syndrome Preventer, or TSP, that Martin, Ryan Schools and Grant Balkenbusch built is shaped like an egg about two feet across on the long axis and full of pieces that double for probes and computer chips and electric generators. The boys point out that their TSP would have to be infinitesimally smaller, made with nanotechnology, to be implanted deep into the brain.
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