See larger Max Wallack, 11, is seen in this Nov. 10, 2006 photograph made by his father, Aaron Wallack, as he works at a computer in his home in Natick, Mass., while he wears wrist cushions for carpal tunnel syndrome sufferers that he made from Bubble Wrap. Wallack is among 15 semifinalists competing in the second year of the Bubble Wrap Competition for Young Inventors, sponsored by Sealed Air Corp., the Elmwood Park, N.J.-based creator of the packaging material.

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Max Wallack, 11, is seen in this Nov. 10, 2006 photograph made by his father, Aaron Wallack, as he works at a computer in his home in Natick, Mass., while he wears wrist cushions for carpal tunnel syndrome sufferers that he made from Bubble Wrap. Wallack is among 15 semifinalists competing in the second year of the Bubble Wrap Competition for Young Inventors, sponsored by Sealed Air Corp., the Elmwood Park, N.J.-based creator of the packaging material.

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