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      The Baby Safe Rider - The winner of the contest "Wouldn't It Be Cool If..." -- Given all the recent reports on baby, toddler deaths in hot cars, this is very ingenious. Awesome idea! and Congratulation!

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      Greyson M., a North Carolina 15-year old, wins the "Wouldn't it be Cool If..." competition with his STEM creation. Students can be inventors as much as adults! Check out his baby-saving, winning invention:

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