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Young Scientists Securing the Future of the Planet

Team StoryWeavers|November 10, 2017| 49

The world has various versions of Sharma ji’s kids. They are young prodigies made not merely out of miracles but by minds that are sharp, observant, curious and analytical. While their inventions are from across the spectrum, the one thing that is common to all of them is their ability to ask the right questions and pursue them for answers. Their curiosity is what drives them to observe, learn and experiment. To them Science is not merely the means to an end but a passion in itself.

Meet the young scientists of today, who have explored the world of Science beyond the pages of their books.

Gitanjali Rao

A normal Saturday for her is all about music, baking and sports like most teenagers, but this 11 year old recently emerged as the winner for the Discovery Education 3M Young Scientist Challenge with her invention the Tethys. Tethys, a device which detects the amount of lead in water, is a major revolutionizer in today’s age where we are facing a global water crisis and are in need of clean drinking water. She hopes that someday the Tethys can be a commercially viable product to help people get access to clean drinking water.

Akash Manoj

Imagine if there was a medical saviour, a spell against life threatening heart attacks. Akash Manoj’s invention does that. It is a skin patch which can detect silent heart attacks. It can be attached to  your ear/ wrist, releasing a positive electrical impulse which attracts negatively charged proteins released by the heart to signal a heart attack.

Anang Tadar

Navigating in the dark is no easy feat, but this is how everyday is for the visually challenged. Anang Tadar, Class XI student from Arunachal Pradesh, has developed a pair of glasses to help the visually-impaired navigate “hands-free”. Tadar’s goggles, G4B, uses echolocation technology – mimicking how bats sense their surroundings – to alert visually-impaired wearers to objects within 2 metres of its field view. 

Hannah Herbst

The power of the ocean can now power cars! That’s what the Ocean Energy Probe does. Hannah’s energy producing device converts the energy of ocean currents into usable power through a generator. Her device if scaled up, can power up to three car batteries and on a larger scale, it can even desalinate sea water and convert it into potable water.

Rifath Sharook

3,2,1.. Lift off. Another day at the NASA Space Station? Nope! They just launched the smallest satellite ever made, and the maker? He’s just another 18 year old from the neighbourhood . Rifath Sharook scripted history in June after NASA sent a 3D printed satellite he helped build into space.

Team Panthera

The Earth as we know it, is dying. The rising surface temperatures, population boom and decreasing fuels, are all major concerns for this dream team of 15 girls from Delhi. So the bunch of 18-21 year old, put their heads together and envisioned the Iris, a fuel-efficient car with a mileage of 300 kmph. Despite gender stereotypes adding hurdles to their path, this team is adamant on finishing the project as women who are striving to take the climate crisis into their own hands.

Indrani Das

It’s never too early to bag a Nobel Prize of your own. Indrani Das, has more to her name than the average 17 year old, she has managed to win the Regeneron Science Talent Search Competition, also dubbed as the “ Junior Nobel Prize”. Her research has helped find a method to tackle the abnormal growth of astrocytes (a type of cell) in the case of an injury. An increase in the number of astrocytes can possibly lead to destruction of neurons which can now be prevented thanks to her work.

These children wield the powers of Science and human imagination to make the world a better place and their admirable dedication is making a difference one step at a time. At such a young age they are highly aware of their social responsibility and the importance of Science in tackling the problems faced by people in their community or country. Now, it’s your turn to change the world.  Step up, start exploring the world of Science and fall in love with learning.

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Vedulla Avinash

November 11, 2017

Congratulations to all of them I also have a design of a car which is designed by me but there is a problem of money but I hope someday I can construt it


Sreeramarao

November 11, 2017

Significant achievement by young scholers.It’s amazing


Faman maryam

November 11, 2017

I want to meet him


Rishika V Prabhu

November 11, 2017

Thanks for the given information,team Byju’s!


Krish Goyal

November 11, 2017

I too have some theories of mine about science and life existence.Plzzzz contact me on 7905607798.My name is Krish Goyal Goal and I have too enrolled in Byju’ s.


Mohini Suresh Fulzele

November 11, 2017

Thank you for making us aware of this. This will surely help and inspire us to achieve our goals in life.


Dhruv Maji

November 11, 2017

This was amazing for small childrens


Tariq Huśsain

November 12, 2017

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dhruva .h

November 12, 2017

thanks byju for this information I have inspired by this statements.


Nikky

November 12, 2017

Great ???


Hari vignesh

November 12, 2017

I want to participate in science expo .give me an idea


Ashish N Shah

November 12, 2017

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VasunthradeviPadmanaban

November 12, 2017

Thanks for the wonderful message and wishes to
All the winners.


Swagatika Behera

November 12, 2017

Thanks for the information sir….


Swagatika Behera

November 12, 2017

Sir….thanks for the information


Aayush Kumar

November 12, 2017

Many many thanks all of the team
member of Byjus to share the
information for us.


Das

November 12, 2017

Can I join in young scientists contest?


Irshad Ahmad

November 12, 2017

Really it will inspire our blooming buds.


DEEKSHA bisht

November 12, 2017

Thanks for such a peaceful and a learning message


DEEKSHA bisht

November 12, 2017

Thanks for such a peaceful and learning message


Priya

November 13, 2017

I have also a discover a new thing but i do not know how to show to byju


Sidhartha samantaray

November 13, 2017

Byjus are very beautiful app for learning


Krishnang patra

November 13, 2017

I had an idea. We all know that animals can hear infrasonic sounds.
So they can hear the mild tremors of earthquakes which can alert people and reduce massive damage to life.
We could put sensors on animals all around so if there is an earthquake coming in the future , we can easily be notified of the
Danger ahead


Prithvi Shenoy

November 13, 2017

Great inspirers! Thank you For the endless encouragement and support


Shaikh affan inayat

November 13, 2017

Hello dear sir madam my name is shaikh affan inayat I am 12 years old I have also speech on YouTube search affan space research and you can also be interested in the speech on YouTube sir I am also learn about space
I have 25 to 50 and many more followers on Google+ and on Gmail NASA also contact to me some followers are Nancy, Fraser cain, Brian koberlien , Herbert knappt , Ali Asad and many more sir I also have space information contact me on:[email protected]

Thank you


Madhu mithraa

November 14, 2017

All the children are fit to become a scientist, the only thing is that we should stimulate their minds.and i think byjus is doing that job well.


Karan singh gill

November 14, 2017

I agreed with your study plan


Dinesh

November 14, 2017

Nice learning app


Krthikeshwar

November 14, 2017

These guys are awesome. I didn’t know most of them. Thanks Byjus.


Falila

November 14, 2017

Thanks to byju’s learning group


Sagnik

November 15, 2017

Asset of future India


jai

November 16, 2017

i made a hand dust cleaner


Trupti

November 17, 2017

Congratulations to all of them.


Sinchana

November 18, 2017

Cngrts


Rohan Saini

November 19, 2017

A lots of congratulations to all ,.
Having a great experience in a part of life so u all
So amazing to got this achievement
Thanks Byju too


Rohan Saini

November 19, 2017

A lots of felicitation to all ,.
Having a great experience in a part of life so u all
So amazing to got this achievement
Thanks Byju too


chetan

November 21, 2017

Awesome, proud moment for us
Thankful to byjus


Shaik Anju

November 23, 2017

Congratulations to all the young scholars
, I want to meet them and thank you for
sending this information by bjyus team


Srinidhi

November 30, 2017

Congratulations to all of them.they are deserving students,
And someone has said true “our india is called young india” due to this type
students.


Naveenmaran

December 7, 2017

Hats off to all of them they are

my inspiration


Shalini

January 2, 2018

Its inspiring and motivating……great achievements by young scholars


DHIAKARTHIK

January 27, 2018

GOOD


Swagatika

February 5, 2018

Awesome


Sasikanth

May 9, 2018

I have a doubt does light has an gravity ?if it is placed behind the huge attracting object ?


Anjali

July 8, 2018

I also became as like them .


Aditya

July 15, 2018

I will join the bjus app for everyone including me


salahuddin

November 28, 2018

yes all right
nice app for learning app


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