Indian origin girl finds way to charge mobile phone in 20 seconds flat!
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Eesha has used the supercapacitor she has invented to power a light-emitting diode or LED for demonstration purposes. And she believes that her technology will be useful for mobile phones, tablet devices, computers, cars and all other battery charged devices.
Eesha took inspiration from her own experience. “My cellphone battery always dies” she told NBC News and this inspired her to work on energy-storage technology. She is specializing in nanochemistry which helped her to play around with the size of her invention.
“It is also flexible, so it can be used in rollup displays and clothing and fabric” she mentioned. With more research going into the flexible gadgets, including flexible smartphones, her innovation may also find use in powering these devices. Her invention can handle 10000 recharge cycles, which is better than the traditional batteries.
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Based at Saratoga, Eesha is a 12th grade student of Lynbrook High School in San Jose, California. Google have been in contact with Khare to explore how she plans to change the makeup of cell phone battery life, reports Dailymail.
Eesha’s innovation was competing with approximately 1600 young scientists chosen from more than 70 countries, to compete in the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair.
[Image courtesy: Facebook Page Eesha Khare]