NY1 covers the "Connect A Million Minds" initiative, a five-year philanthropic program by parent company Time Warner Cable to inspire students to pursue learning opportunities and careers in science, technology, engineering and math.
Connect A Million Minds: Young Inventors Pitch Their Neat Ideas In Time Warner Cable Contest
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Four finalists selected from 1,000 entries by student inventors in Time Warner Cable's first-ever "Wouldn't It Be Cool If" contest came out to St. Louis to pitch their big ideas for inventors and explained how math and science would make them work. NY1's Technology reporter Adam Balkin hosted the finals and judges included inventor Dean Kamen and the Black-Eyed Peas' front man will.i.am. For more information on Time Warner Cable's initiative to promote math and science education, visit www.connectamillionminds.com