22.7.16

Indian boy’ project to safeguard fishermen bags Google Community Impact award in Asia region

Indian boy’ project to safeguard fishermen bags Google Community Impact award in Asia region


An Indian boy from Tamil Nadu has won the community impact awards from Google for his project of mobile GPS that keep fishermen safe from invisible maritime boundaries. 14-year old Advay Ramesh won the mentioned prize for Asia-Pacific region in the Google Science Fair of 2016. Under this fair, Google has awarded 25 innovative Community Impact student projects across the globe that solves community and health resource challenges using science.

Google selected top 100 ideas out of thousands of projects submitted. This includes 14 projects from Indian students. The top 16 global finalists will join Google in Mountain View on September 27 for their sixth annual Awards Celebration. To help develop their project, each winner will be awarded $1,000 in an educational scholarship and a year-long mentorship from a Google Science Fair partner organization.

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