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Announcing the FIRST Innovators Award Presented by the Abbott Fund
New Future Innovator Award Presented by the Abbott Fund Recognizes High School Creativity in Solving Complex Engineering Challenges Facing the World Today
By Brillon, Online Art Director

MANCHESTER, N.H.—FIRST® (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology), a not-for-profit organization founded by inventor Dean Kamen, announced today that participants on high school FIRST teams in North America can now compete for the chance to win recognition toward patenting a proposed invention in the newly created FIRST® Future Innovator Award presented by the Abbott Fund, the non-profit foundation of the global health care company, Abbott. The award provides FIRST ® Robotics Competition (FRC®) and FIRST ® Tech Challenge (FTC®) participants an opportunity to submit solutions to solve complex engineering challenges facing the world today, similar to the challenges set forth by the National Academy of Engineering Grand…

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