Andrew C. Baker, Associate Professor, Department of Marine Biology and Ecology alongside Ph.D. candidate Rivah Winter,(right) both from the University of Miami, speak with Eldredge Bermingham and Chimene Longwater, (left) they are finalists for the CappSci Inventors Prize with their proposal "Stress Hardening Corals'' during "Nerd Nite" at Gramp's in Wynwood on Thursday. On Friday night, they were selected the winners and they will be creating their innovation at the Patricia and Phillip Frost Museum of Science for a year, as well as receiving $100,000 to fund their work, plus mentorship and support.
Andrew C. Baker, Associate Professor, Department of Marine Biology and Ecology alongside Ph.D. candidate Rivah Winter,(right) both from the University of Miami, speak with Eldredge Bermingham and Chimene Longwater, (left) they are finalists for the CappSci Inventors Prize with their proposal "Stress Hardening Corals'' during "Nerd Nite" at Gramp's in Wynwood on Thursday. On Friday night, they were selected the winners and they will be creating their innovation at the Patricia and Phillip Frost Museum of Science for a year, as well as receiving $100,000 to fund their work, plus mentorship and support. David Santiago dsantiago@elnuevoherald.com
Andrew C. Baker, Associate Professor, Department of Marine Biology and Ecology alongside Ph.D. candidate Rivah Winter,(right) both from the University of Miami, speak with Eldredge Bermingham and Chimene Longwater, (left) they are finalists for the CappSci Inventors Prize with their proposal "Stress Hardening Corals'' during "Nerd Nite" at Gramp's in Wynwood on Thursday. On Friday night, they were selected the winners and they will be creating their innovation at the Patricia and Phillip Frost Museum of Science for a year, as well as receiving $100,000 to fund their work, plus mentorship and support. David Santiago dsantiago@elnuevoherald.com

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