Young entepreneurs test new design for CPR mask at BioInnovation Institute

From: MedCity news

When other teens talk about how they spent their summer vacation, Copley  junior Robert Wagner will be able to say he created a device that could someday  save a life.

Wagner, 16, of Fairlawn was one of 13 Northeast Ohio teens who participated  Monday through Friday this week in the BioInnovation Academy at the Austen BioInnovation Institute in  Akron.

The program was launched to encourage area youth to pursue careers in the  biomedical field.

Participants spent eight hours each day learning how to use computer-aided  design software, researching the medical device industry and working in teams to  create prototypes of new products using a 3-D printer.

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