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ASU Innovation Open awards ingenuity

ASU Innovation Open awards ingenuity

A business venture based on a device to save apples from spoilage was awarded the top prize of $100,000 at the ASU Innovation Open. Ideas for a new kind of multidirectional microphone, a water-capture technology that could boost water conservation and a shoe insole to help people rehabilitate after orthopedic surgery, were among winners at the event sponsored in part by the Fulton Schools. Kyles Squires, the Fulton Schools dean, welcomed attendees and participants to the Innovation Open Final Demo Day, to celebrate what he called a growing “wave of innovation and creativity.”

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