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UBC student wins prize, prestige for phone charging travel mug

A University of British Columbia student is back in the headlines as the world marvels at her latest invention, which could change the way you charge your cell phone. 213 more words


This teen just found a possibly life-saving new way to diagnose deadly diseases.

Why is Olivia Hallisey celebrating? Because she just kicked butt at the Google Science Fair and took home gold. The Connecticut high school student recently… 49 more words


Schoolgirl Who Invented Cheap, Fast Ebola Test Wins Google Science Fair

16 year-old Olivia Hallisey, from Connecticut, won the top prize at the Google Science Fair, a $50,000 scholarship, for the cheap, fast, and effective test she invented for Ebola.


16-year old girl wins Google Science Fair with project to detect ebola

Incredible work by Oliva Hallisey and all winners at the #googlesciencefair! http://t.co/AYsiXdPBug pic.twitter.com/v3d5BgQsPl

— Ganas Girls (@ganasgirls) September 23, 2015

Olivia Hallisey, a 16-year old girl from Connecticut, has won the Google Science Fair with her fast and cheap test that doesn’t require refrigeration (like current tests) and could potentially detect the deadly ebola virus in under 30 minutes.  

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Human And Civil Rights

Odisha girl wins award at Google Science Fair

She developed a low-cost bio-absorbent based water purifier

Lalita Prasida Sripada Srisai, a class IX student from Damanjodi in Koraput district, (near brahmpur city) in Odisha won the ‘Community Impact Award’ at the prestigious Google Science Fair in California on Tuesday. 183 more words


"This is Ahmed!" 14-year-old boy detained after bringing homemade clock to school attends Google Science Fair

IRVINE, Texas — Outside the Google Science Fair, a middle school student bounced up and down, pointing excitedly at someone famous he just spotted.

“This is Ahmed!” he shouted to his friends. 718 more words


Update: Yep, he went.

An Irving, Texas ninth grader was arrested for bringing a clock — which some teachers and school administrators apparently thought was a bomb — to school yesterday, and now just about everyone wants to show him support by inviting him places. 192 more words