14-year old boy of Chennai won an award from Google
Google India has announced the celebrated Google Community Impact Award on tuesday, July 19, honouring
14-year-old Advay Ramesh withthe primary position for producing a device that improves fishermen safety and productivity.
Who is Ramesh:
A 14-year old boy who hails from Chennai and studies in class 10 at Chennai's National Public School
He has won a year-long mentorship from Scientific American.
He is also among 20 finalists for a Google scholarship worth 50,000 American dollar.
About his project:
The project entitled, FishErmen Lifeline Terminal (FELT), helps to enhance fishermen safety and productivity mistreatment the quality Position Services (SPS)
Winning the Google Community Impact Award means that a great deal to me, it might facilitate me learn a lot of and develop my plan further, mentioned
in a PTI report.It's imperative for us to support and encourage these young people to explore.
Young minds are inventive, thoughtful, and determined to try things that other people think are impossible. It's imperative for us to support and encourage these
young people to explore and challenge the world around them through scientific discovery, says a Google spokesperson.
Last year, the grand prize was won by Olivia Hallisey (16) with her project Temperature-Independent, Portable, and Rapid Field Detection of Ebola via a
Silk-Derived Lateral-Flow System.