Google Science Fair named the 20 teenagers that are going to change the world

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Google Science Fair, the annual competition dedicated to science and open to teenagers only, announced the 2015 finalists.

These 20 kids are some of the brightest minds out there, that do not fear experimenting and exploring new paths that can one day lead us to innovating our existence.

Here are some of the projects that are competing for the $50,000 scholarship and other prizes:

Google Science Fair 2015 Finalists
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Google Science Fair named the 20 teenagers that are going to change the world
Catch It On The Wing: Two-reactor system for production of hydrogen storage material and biodiesel from waste chicken feathers- is a science project on which Anela and Ilda are working for two years now. This video is made for Google Science Fair 2015 application. We hope to being finalists. :D
A summary of my science fair project. The detailed information of my project:
A demo of the computer vision algorithm and hardware-lens solution I built for low-cost, automated blood analytics.
An Automated Search for Gravitationally Lensed Quasars in the Sloan Digital Sky Survey

The winners will be announced on September 21st. In the meanwhile you can see some projects from last year:

These Google Science Fair Discoveries Can Change the World

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