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A 13-year-old science entrepreneur wants to bring her water testing device to market
by Michael Elizabeth Sakas, Colorado Public Radio
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29 January 2019
On 29 January 2019 National Public Radio (NPR) reported:
Gitanjali Rao is already on the 2019 Forbes 30 Under 30 list and she hasn't even made it to high school yet. In 2017, the then 11-year-old from Lone Tree, Colorado was named 'America's Top Young Scientist' for the design of a small, mobile device that tests for lead in drinking water. Rao hasn't stopped there. She's now getting help from scientists in the water industry to create a working prototype of the device that could eventually be on the market.
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