Ben­galuru teenager all set to put In­dia’s name on global sci­ence map

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Sa­may

Godika, a class 10th stu­dent of Na­tional Pub­lic School, Ko­ra­man­gala is all set to put Ben­galuru on the global sci­ence map. He is one of the 30 semi-fi­nal­ists cho­sen from more than 6000 en­tries to the break­through ju­nior sci­ence chal­lenge.

The com­pe­ti­tion is spon­sored by the founders of Face­book, Google & Khan Academy, with the ob­jec­tive of in­spir­ing cre­ative think­ing about sci­ence. The com­pe­ti­tion, which be­gan on Septem­ber 1, re­quired stu­dents aged 13 to 18 to re­search, cre­ate and sub­mit orig­i­nal videos on com­plex top­ics in the fields of life sci­ences, physics or math­e­mat­ics. The win­ner gets awarded the pres­ti­gious schol­ar­ship prize money in a glit­ter­ing cer­e­mony in Los An­ge­les, at­tended by the A-lis­ters of Hol­ly­wood and the Sil­i­con Val­ley.

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