Teenager's Invention Charges Cell Phone in Seconds

Eesha Khare, 18, won the Young Scientist Award at the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair.
0:49 | 05/20/13

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An eighteen year old California whiz kid may have come up with a fix for the dead battery on your cell phone -- 22 charter. -- -- the California kid is being singled out as one of the best young scientists in the world. And honored at the Intel international science and engineering fair in Phoenix she developed a tiny gizmo that could charge your cellphone battery and less than half a minute. My project another new super capacitor which is basically. Energy storage device which can hold a lot of energy in a small amount of -- you. Now so far she's only tested -- -- LED light but there's great interest for how it could be used in battery powered cars. Intel science award at 50000 dollar prize we'll come and dealing -- -- heads to Harvard this fall after she re charges her own batteries -- it.

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