15-year old Indian-American student wins prestigious Intel Foundation Young Scientist Award


Syamantak Payra, a 15-year old Indian-American student has won the prestigious Intel Foundation Young Scientist Award for developing a low cost electronic device for people who can not walk well through disease or injury. He tested his prototype on two people partially disabled by polio. His device is both inexpensive and easy to use.

Syamantak Payra, a student at Clear Brook High School in Friendswood, Texas, won the $50,000 award along with 17-year-old Kathy Liu. The award was given by Intel Corporation and the Society for Science and the Public (SSP) at the 2016 ‘Intel International Science and Engineering Fair’ in Arizona.

So let’s discuss some questions related to this post :
1. Name the Indian-American student who has won the prestigious Intel Foundation Young Scientist Award ?
2. The prestigious Intel Foundation Young Scientist Award was given by – ?


Courtesy : Times of India

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