Children rising : meet the Earth’s future custodians

Children rising : meet the Earth’s future custodians

Camellia Sharma is inventing a way to detect underground leaks and conserve water. Credit: Shekhar Sharma

Imagine a detection system that can prevent underground water leakage, a turbine that could harness hurricane-strength wind power in urban spaces, a technology that captures carbon from the home, or a sustainable train that doesn’t use a diesel engine or a heavy electric motor.

These inventions were designed by children aged 12-14. They are among the top 10 finalists for the 3M Young Scientist Challenge, which inspires children in grades 5-8 to create innovations “that solve global issues and improve lives”.

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Published by Forbes.

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