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The Aidan Dwyer keynotes imagine the patterns present in tree branches and their affect on sunlight collection. In particular, Dwyer examines the branch pattersn that allowed him to devise a solar power collection model.
Currently, 13-year-old Dwyer is a middle school student working to innovate social technology. Using the Fibonacci sequence, Dwyer is working and researching to create a solution for a more Eco-conscious future. Dwyer earned himself a provisional U.S. patent for his current inventions in solar collection technologies.
Recently, the 'American Museum of Natural History' named Aidan one of the "Youngest Naturalist Award" winners. This reward is specifically for students from middle school to high school who have soon significant investigatory potential in science, ecology and biology.
The Aidan Dwyer keynotes show that innovation and ideas often come from the most unexpected places, but often breed exceptional thoughts.
Featured Keynote - Solar-Powered Innovation
Aidan Dwyer Talks About his Model for a Greener Tomorrow
After admiring the beauty of tree branches above him on a winter hiking trip, 13-year-old Aidan Dwyer noticed that branches grow in a spiral pattern and wondered if this was vital to the way that trees… Read More