Four young Ukrainian have reached the finals of Google Science Fair 2016 – the top 100 ideas that will make our world a better place.
Mykyta Hordiyenko (17, Kyiv): Am_I_Fatigued: How to discover accumulated fatigue and eliminate the consequences
Danylo Kuznetsov (15, Dnipro): Use of properties of heliosynchronous orbits for terraformation using materials easily accessible in the cosmos
Anton Tykhenko (15, Lubny): Functional hand prostheses for patients with ectrodactyly
Polina Khadeyeva (13, Odesa): Photometric examination of asteroid 2012 LC1
This year, Google received thousands of applications from 107 countries. The organizers stated that they were amazed by the creativity of the projects and sensitivity to global issues – from water treatment technology to environmentally friendly fuel.
The names of the sixteen finalists will be announced on August 11, and the awards ceremony will be held in Mountain View, California on September 28.
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