COLUMBIA — Curran Kirkpatrick stood in front of his eighth- and ninth-grade classmates with a crumpled sheet of paper in hand, confidently explaining three solutions to the problem of stubbing one's toe. The winning solution: a toe cap that uses magnetic polarity to lift one's leg.
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