Washington (WUSA)--Drivers beware! Four 9th graders from Thomas Jefferson High School in Alexandria have come up with a device that detects and refocuses distracted drivers. It's all part of the US Army's web-based e-CYBERMISSION STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) program for 6th-9th graders around the country.
Valerie Chen, Raghay Ramraj, Matthew Sun, Jasper Treakle are finalists in this year's national e-CYBERMISSION competition, which takes place in Leesburg, VA next week. Our Monika Samtani talks to the team about their new invention.
For more information on e-CYBERMISSION, go to www.usaeop.com