Fourth Grader Kiara Handiman, 10, explains her invention using a 120-volt battery to metals to create an electric charge to volunteer judge Richard Catanica.  Handiman's influence for her invention was Thomas Edison; she hopes to be an inventor when she gets older.  Photographed on May 7,  2009.  Kelli Stanko/ Special to the Daily News

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Fourth Grader Kiara Handiman, 10, explains her invention using a 120-volt battery to metals to create an electric charge to volunteer judge Richard Catanica. Handiman's influence for her invention was Thomas Edison; she hopes to be an inventor when she gets older. Photographed on May 7, 2009. Kelli Stanko/ Special to the Daily News

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