Mudricity - Making a More Efficient Microbial Fuel Cell for use in Developing Countries
Rohan Wagh
Portland, Oregon
2016 Finalist
PORTLAND, OR 97229-2350
8th grade | 14 years old
Meet Rohan. Wanting to eliminate energy poverty in underdeveloped countries, Rohan invented a new method to increase the efficiency of a microbial fuel cell. Rohan believes his invention, which is compact sized and low maintenance, can be distributed and used all around the world.
Why did you enter the Young Scientist Challenge?
I heard about the challenge and was immediately excited to partake in the event. I am participating in NWSE and am excited to take my project to the next level.
What is your favorite invention of the last 100 years, and why?
AC Current, It is fascinating to me how something people normally overlook and take for granted has impacted humanity on such a large scale.
In 15 years I hope to be...
Either an engineer at NASA or a Brain Surgeon. I love to work with robotics and biology.

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Rohan immediately entered the Young Scientist Challenge after learning that he could have the opportunity to showcase his idea and take it to the next level.
Rohan Wagh