5 Scientist Who tasted Success In Their Teenage

4. Taylor Wilson

Taylor Wilson, born in May 7, 1994 is an American nuclear scientist and science advocate. From 2008 to 2014 he was the youngest person to fuse the atom.

In May 2010, Wilson entered the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair in San Jose, California, and won several awards for his project titled "Fission Vision”.

In May 2011, Wilson entered his radiation detector in the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair in Los Angeles, California, against a field of 1,500 competitors and won a US$50,000 award.

5. Eesha Khare-

Eesha Khare born in 1995 is an American student of Indian origin who helped develop a super capacitor prototype that charges faster and lasts for more charging cycles.

Khare, studied at Lynbrook High School in California, was the runner up at Intel International Science and Engineering Fair held in Phoenix on May 17, 2013 where 1,600 other finalists from more than 70 countries participated. On June 13, 2013, she was invited to speak on the talk show Conan.

at the 2012 International Science Fair.

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