If it is known that from total of 600 exposed innovations every third was awarded, then it becomes obvious how much innovations of B&H Inventors were above the average of other papers presented in Paris.
˝Permanent basis for honeycomb” by Ivan Miličević from Posušje got the best grades and was awarded with gold medal. Beekeeping is increasingly popular in France, which could be concluded by the great interest of visitors for this innovation, and medal for this innovation was awarded by the jury of the Ministry of Agriculture and Forests.
Ivan’s neighbor from Široki Brijeg, Zoran Kutle, won the gold medal, for device for extracting sunken vessels only few hours after the sinking.
Prof. Dr. Zehrudin Osmanović from Tuzla won the silver medal for the system conversion chemical waste generated during the production of salt and soda into cement. Silver medal was given to the Sarajevo innovator, Miralem Fetahagić, for the internal three-combustion engine.
Bronze medals were awarded to high schoolers Amina Hajdarević and Jasna Nuhić from Bihać for device that converts plastic waste into the liquid fuel, and Avdo Halilović from Kladanj who presented the sanitary pad for the head on the seats in the vehicles.
The bronze medal was given to Zdravko Bosnić from Banja Luka for a tire that, without stopping, automatically repairs in the case of drilling with a sharp object.