While COVID-19 has resulted in shutting down many things, the doors of innovation are still open. Everyone is trying their bit and coming up with innovative solutions.
A nine year old followed his hobby of coding during lockdown and came up withe an innovative video game.
I spent my quarantine days constructing a basic model of a solar cooker that uses solar energy, which comes directly to your doorstep, like an online delivery package. And it’s perfect for rice lovers!
A 16-year-old Delhi boy Sarthak Jain, a student of Modern Public-School Shalimar Bagh, New Delhi, has designed a touch-free doorbell to reduce contamination.
In an effort to battle the shortage of medical equipment caused due to the novel coronavirus crisis, a startup started by students of Rathinam Group of Institutions at the Atal Incubation Centre (AIC) has developed a prototype of an Intermittent Positive Pressure Breathing Ventilator (IPPV) to save lives of the infected patients.
In case of a medical emergency, sometimes senior citizens, physically challenged and the bedridden have no means to reach their loved ones.
In view of the depleting water resources and the increasing water crisis, P. Biswanath Patra, a class IX student of Kendriya Vidyalaya from Odisha has developed an innovative smart water dispenser.
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