"Making a pitcher that tells you if milk is bad or good would seem like the stuff of the future, but it can be made," says Harry Freedman, one of a team of 6th graders from P.S. 126/Manhattan Academy of Technology in New York City who invented an intelligent milk pitcher. In concept, the pitcher uses pH to determine whether the milk is spoiled. The invention took runner up in the First Lego League Global Innovation Competition. Coach Hau-yu Chu and the team travelled to Washington D.C. earlier this month to receive the award.