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Keep inspiring your children
Enamul Haque
COMPILED BY
A note from me
I basically created this
for my Children but sharing
to benefit others!
When many of us were in our teens, ...
Kids can be incredibly creative and inventive – and some even see
their big ideas develop into astounding business opportu...
• The process of generating
biofuel by breaking down
plastics using a low-cost
catalyst was developed by a
sixteen-year-ol...
• Eesha is the developer of a supercapacitor energy storage device, a
carbon fiber with different metal oxides—primarily t...
Source
16 YO Teen Invents
Flashlight That is
Charged from Body
Heat
• Ann (Andini) Makosinski is a Canadian inventor and
entrepre...
Rewardand
recognitions
forAnn
Makosinski:
• 17-year-old Anya Pogharian’s high school science
project could end up changing the way dialysis care
is delivered
• Afte...
Source
Source
• In Silicon Valley, it's never
too early to become an
entrepreneur. Just ask 13-
year-old Shubham Banerjee.
• The ...
Kelvin Doe made his own radio
station only by using materials
found in the trash
Kelvin Doe, also known as DJ Focus, is a ...
Four Nigerian teenage girls wowed visitors to the Maker Faire Africa with their pee-powered
energy generator. Able to sour...
• It sounds more like something from a science
fiction movie than a potentially viable invention
from a teenage mind, but ...
• As fruit, bananas are perfectly packaged – all the
protection they need is provided by their flexible,
resilient peels. ...
The
Popsicle
In 1905, 11-year-old Frank
Epperson invented the Popsicle
completely by accident. Frank
left a cup of powdere...
The
Trampoline
Using materials he found in
a junkyard, 16-year-old
gymnast and diver George
Nissen created the first
tramp...
Ear
Muffs
Irked by how cold his ears
became while ice skating
outdoors in his native Maine,
15-year-old Chester
Greenwood ...
Sign
Language
Translator
After watching a translator
order fast food for a group
of deaf people in around
2002, 17-year-ol...
Braille
Louis Braille was just 3
years old in 1812 when he
was injured and lost his
vision. Later on, as a teen
studying a...
While most of the teenagers out there are busy enjoying their life to the fullest, a small
bunch of them are always puttin...
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Kids can be incredibly creative and inventive – and some even see their big ideas develop into astounding business opportunities as well. The following ten children turned their frustrations, mistakes and strokes of luck and brilliance into commercial successes, businesses and even life-long careers. Their stories are sure to inspire anyone going into the business world, where ingenuity and imagination are often a bonus, if not a must. Kids came up with these great inventions, conceiving everything from earmuffs to Popsicles.

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Amazing inventions by teens - Inventions Created By Teenagers - Compiled by Enamul Haque

  1. 1. Keep inspiring your children Enamul Haque COMPILED BY
  2. 2. A note from me I basically created this for my Children but sharing to benefit others! When many of us were in our teens, work for science fairs comprised cut and paste displays on colorful presentation boards, and our hobbies weren't exactly about to change the world. But across the globe, teenagers with creative, scientific minds are already devising extraordinary devices, revolutionary materials and renewable technologies that might just change our planet for the greener.
  3. 3. Kids can be incredibly creative and inventive – and some even see their big ideas develop into astounding business opportunities as well. The following ten children turned their frustrations, mistakes and strokes of luck and brilliance into commercial successes, businesses and even life-long careers. Their stories are sure to inspire anyone going into the business world, where ingenuity and imagination are often a bonus, if not a must. Kids came up with these great inventions, conceiving everything from earmuffs to Popsicles.
  4. 4. • The process of generating biofuel by breaking down plastics using a low-cost catalyst was developed by a sixteen-year-old Egyptian student, Azza Abdel Hamid Faiad, from the Zahran Language School in Alexandria, Egypt. • Faiad won the European Fusion Development Agreement award at the 23rd European Union Contest for Young Scientists — involving 130 competitors from 37 countries. Source
  5. 5. • Eesha is the developer of a supercapacitor energy storage device, a carbon fiber with different metal oxides—primarily titanium dioxide and polyaniline—that uses nanotechnology to maximize the device’s surface area. It charges mobile devices much faster than previous technology has allowed, and has the ability to charge for many more cycles. • Her innovation could be harnessed to charge more than cell phones and tablets; down the line, it could potentially energize cars. • In the meantime: “My goal is to have a supercapacitor charge a mobile device in less than a minute.” Source
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  7. 7. 16 YO Teen Invents Flashlight That is Charged from Body Heat • Ann (Andini) Makosinski is a Canadian inventor and entrepreneur. While still in high school, she created the "Hollow Flashlight," which was recognized with several awards • Ann Makosinski, 18, won $50,000 from Shell this month for her resolution to "reduce the impact on the electrical grid by patenting body-heat- generated power." Source Ann Makosinski
  8. 8. Rewardand recognitions forAnn Makosinski:
  9. 9. • 17-year-old Anya Pogharian’s high school science project could end up changing the way dialysis care is delivered • After poring over online dialysis machine owner’s manuals, she developed a new prototype using simple technology. • While machines currently cost about $30,000, hers would cost just $500 — making it more affordable for people to buy and have at home. Source
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  11. 11. Source • In Silicon Valley, it's never too early to become an entrepreneur. Just ask 13- year-old Shubham Banerjee. • The California eighth-grader has launched a company to develop low-cost machines to print Braille, the tactile writing system for the visually impaired. Tech giant Intel Corp. recently invested in his startup, Braigo Labs. • Shubham came up with his product as a school science fair project last year after he asked his parents a simple question: How do blind people read? 'Google it,' they told him.
  12. 12. Kelvin Doe made his own radio station only by using materials found in the trash Kelvin Doe, also known as DJ Focus, is a Sierra Leonean engineer. He is known for teaching himself engineering at the age of 13 and building his own radio station in Sierra Leone, where he plays music and broadcasts news under the name "DJ Focus” Source
  13. 13. Four Nigerian teenage girls wowed visitors to the Maker Faire Africa with their pee-powered energy generator. Able to source an impressive six hours of power from just one liter of urine, the 14- and 15-year-olds renewable energy generator holds interesting possibilities for providing electricity in remote areas or in disaster zones. Nigerian Teens Create Pee-Powered Generator Source
  14. 14. • It sounds more like something from a science fiction movie than a potentially viable invention from a teenage mind, but 19-year-old Egyptian physicist Aisha Mustafa's Quantum Space Propulsion System could send spacecraft into the beyond without using a single drop of fuel. Mustafa believes that the quantum effect can be harnessed in space via the dynamic Casimir effect and from that, energy can be created to produce a net force that could push, pull or propel a spacecraft. • Sohag University has already aided Mustafa with her patent application, and she has said she intends to keep developing the system before it is tested in outer space Source
  15. 15. • As fruit, bananas are perfectly packaged – all the protection they need is provided by their flexible, resilient peels. As then-sixteen-year-old Turkish student Elif Bilgin discovered, the starches and cellulose contained in their outer layer can also be used to create materials that insulate wires and form medical protheses. Bilgin developed a chemical process that turns the peels into a non-decaying bioplastic that she hopes will help replace the need for petroleum and combat pollution. • Bilgin’s endeavors won her the top prize and $50,000 at the Scientific American Science in Action competition, as well as the honor of becoming a finalist in the Google Science Fair 2013. Source
  16. 16. The Popsicle In 1905, 11-year-old Frank Epperson invented the Popsicle completely by accident. Frank left a cup of powdered soda, water and a stirring stick outside one cold night and awoke to find a refreshing treat. Initially dubbed the "Epsicle," he obtained a patent in 1923 and sold the rights to a large New York company. Now available in 30 flavors, hundreds of thousands of Epperson's Popsicles are eaten in the U.S. each year. Image via PresidentElectric.org Source
  17. 17. The Trampoline Using materials he found in a junkyard, 16-year-old gymnast and diver George Nissen created the first trampoline in 1930 by stretching canvas over a steel frame—perfecting it a few years later with his college gymnastics coach Larry Griswold by using nylon. Seventy years later, trampolining was named an Olympic sport and he was alive to hear the news. Source Source
  18. 18. Ear Muffs Irked by how cold his ears became while ice skating outdoors in his native Maine, 15-year-old Chester Greenwood asked his grandmother to sew fur onto a two-loop wire he'd made. Shortly thereafter, in the early 1870s, he obtained a patent and made a final model for the ear protectors. On December 21, the state of Maine still celebrates "Chester Greenwood Day" to celebrate its clever inventor. Image via Online Sentinal Source Source
  19. 19. Sign Language Translator After watching a translator order fast food for a group of deaf people in around 2002, 17-year-old Ryan Patterson invented a glove with special sensors that translate the hand motions of American Sign Language into written words on a digital display. The gadget can also be customized to recognize an individual's signing style and now includes audio features. Source Source Source
  20. 20. Braille Louis Braille was just 3 years old in 1812 when he was injured and lost his vision. Later on, as a teen studying at The National Institute for Blind Youth in Paris, he designed a system using raised dots in specific patterns to aid in reading. The first Braille book was released in 1829, and in 1837 Louis added symbols for math and music. Braille has since been adapted for nearly every single language, from Albanian to Zulu. Source Source
  21. 21. While most of the teenagers out there are busy enjoying their life to the fullest, a small bunch of them are always putting their mind into overdrive for innovative solutions to problems the world is plagued with. They don’t tinker around with fancy gadgets or upbeat toys, rather they make gizmos that even a veteran would be proud of. These kids might look innocent but what’s churning up in their mind is for all to see. And what’s important is that they rejoice every moment invested in creating these game-changing innovations.
  22. 22. Enamul Haque Tweeter: https://twitter.com/haquenam Web: https://www.linkedin.com/in/haquenam

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