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DTN Singapore: Young investors win awards: SINGAPORE: A "Super Cake Cutting Plate", invented by 11-year-old Kei

DTN Singapore: Young investors win awards: SINGAPORE: A "Super Cake Cutting Plate", invented by 11-year-old Kei

SINGAPORE: A "Super Cake Cutting Plate", invented by 11-year-old Kei Kunishige from Excelsior International School, is one of six silver award winners at the 25th Tan Kah Kee Young Inventors' Award this year. His handy invention can divide a cake into almost any number of equal pieces, making messy and unequal cake size portions a thing of the past. The other silver award winners include a glow-in-the-dark "Key Guide" that makes it easier for the elderly and the blind to insert their keys into keyholes, and the "mPresenter", which is a mobile phone application that allows users to use their phones to control presentation slideshows. Sixty-five out of 1,059 entries will be receiving the award at the Science Centre Singapore on Saturday from the Nanyang Technological University president Su Guaning. Nanyang Polytechnic won three of the six silver awards. Award-winning invent...

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