Junior year in high school is when teens are expected to make career path decisions. Deciding on what colleges to attend and selecting their career paths. We wrote yesterday about Esha Khare’s invention, and now we hear that she already has received interest from Google in regards to her vision on future cell phone technology. This dream of starting a career came early for 18-year old Esha Khare of Saratoga, California. Esha Khare now given the name whiz kid has already started taking the world of science by storm. As a highschool senior Esha Khare received the young scientist award at the International Science and Engineering Fair in Phoenix, Arizona for her research in chemistry.
Esha created a tiny device which fits comfortably inside a cell phone battery and can charge a cell phone in 20-30 seconds. This tiny device is an energy source device which can hold a lot of energy in a small amount of volume. The device is very flexible so has the potential to be used in differenct capacities. This device can also be used in car batteries. Esha took home a $50,000 prize for her innovative invention.
Esha Khare plans on attending Harvard this fall and will continue to fuel her passion for research. She was quoted to have said “I want to set the world on fire” with her research.
With all this success Esha is still concerned with her highschool obligations. She is preparing to attend her prom at Lynbrook High School in Saratoga, California as well as enjoy the last remnants of her high school year. Esha Khare has already received interest from Google in regards to her vision on future cell phone technology.