Arlington Magazine named Madeline Dubelier '16 one of the 10 winners of its 2016 Extraordinary Teen Awards. The prosthetic hand with touch sensors that Dubelier created as part of the Science and Engineering Research Center (SERC) program at Potomac led to her distinction as a semifinalist in the 2016 Intel Science Talent Search. She is pictured with Gianmarco Terrones '15, who was also a semifinalist in the 2016 Intel Science Talent Search.
In the July/August issue of Arlington Magazine, Dubelier notes that the hand represents an attainable means for individuals to once again achieve some sensory control.
Dubelier, beginning her first semester at Cornell University, was also active in robotics and athletics at Potomac. She is the third consecutive Potomac student to be featured in the annual awards spread, following Theo Mendez and Elliot Kim.
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