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The Stockbridge InvenTeam travelled to Palau, Micronesia for four straight years to search for the fighter planes of American airmen from the Second World War who'd gone missing in action.
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Footage taken by the Stockbridge InvenTeam has been used by the Bent Prop Project, whose mission is to repatriate every American missing in action.
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One Stockbridge InvenTeam project was creating an adaptive fishing pole for Ezra, a local boy in south-central Michigan who suffered a stroke at birth.
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In November and December 2018, a team of 12 students from the Stockbridge InvenTeam will be taking the plunge into uncharted territory, using an ROV and a baited underwater camera system to explore and document the marine ecosystem in American Samoa.
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The Stockbridge InvenTeam's activities have included exploring the Great Lakes for the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), searching for aircraft flown by the Tuskegee Airmen, among others.
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In November and December 2018, students with the Stockbridge InvenTeam will attempt to take an ROV with live camera feed 300 feet deep to conduct a bottom fish study around Anu'u Island in the South Pacific.
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While in American Samoa, the students will also attempt to collect video of 12-inch-long Palolo worms during annual spawning season.
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Stockbridge InvenTeam students will also search for a geothermal vent under the sea floor in American Samoa, using an ROV equipped with temperature sensors.
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In previous years, members of the Stockbridge InvenTeam have harnessed innovation and technology—and developed 21st-century STEM skills—in the areas of 3-D printing, advanced manufacturing, biomedical engineering and underwater robotics.