Tech Studies graduate Brain Drelick is the Technology Teacher and Technology Student Association (TSA) advisor at High Point Regional High School. As both an advisor and a teacher he has strived to help his students find problems and find ways that technology could solve them. Four of his students took this lesson to heart when they invented the Pressure Sore Relief System (PSRS) The invention won first place at the 2009 national Technology Student Association (TSA) conference in Denver, Colorado in the Electronic Research and Experimentation category. In January 2012, the company founded by the students, No Gadget Too Complicated, learned it will receive a patent for its invention.
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