Indian American girl Sripriya Kalbavi( Sripriya Kalbavi ) won the second position in the “2023 3M Young Scientist Challenge” organized for middle school students in America. at Lynbrook High School( Lynbrook High School ) Kalbavi studying in ninth standard.
“EasyBZ”She received a $2,000 prize for developing a microneedle patch that provides self-automated drug delivery without pills or needles.
Kalbavi said in a blog post on the 3M Young Scientist Challenge website that she entered the competition with the intention of doing something to change lives.
She said that she was always interested in scientific research and discoveries around her Scientists, especially doctors.claims to work to help people every day.
Practicing Neurosurgeon Sripriya revealed that her goal is to be able to take medicines without pain through BZ reaction-automated micro-needle patches.
Sri Priya revealed that she wants to make it cheaper. She also hosts a podcast called Famous Personalities.
Sripriya researches about the lives of women scientists, their achievements and researches. Apart from Kalbavi, five other young Indian-Americans also got a place in the top 10 finalists.
Each of them received a prize of 1000 dollars and a gift voucher of 500 dollars.
While“America’s Top Young Scientist”The first prize ($25,000) with the prestigious title of (America’s Top Young Scientist) went to Heman Bekele of Virginia. 3M Executive Vice President John Banovetz said that young inventors share our determination to help create a brighter future.
For the past 16 years, the 3M Young Scientist Challenge has exemplified our belief in harnessing the power of people, ideas and science.